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Agent Stacia Decker at the Donald Maass Literary Agency represented Charbonneau.
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Alex Postman took world rights from agent Lydia Wills, of the Lydia Wills Agency; the first book is called Eat Drink Vote: Food Politics in Cartoons, and the second, Soda: Corporate Profits Versus Public Health.
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Landing an agent took time, Jackson says, because she “was originally looking for an agent for an adult book.”
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And, as occurred last week, agents are quite comfortable jumping into the publishing fray.
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The two discussed the reasons that authors need an agent and how to find the right one.
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Publishers and agents were also saying that, as the number of cancellations from editors and agents in other countries grows, the number of meetings they have set up is being reduced.One major publisher who is still planning to attend is Penguin Random House, although there are a few c
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Felicity Bryan, one of Britain’s most respected literary agents, died June 21 after a long struggle with cancer.
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President J l Fishman, formerly a Doubleday editor and then an agent, explained that a number of larger U.S. and British operations, which use sub-agents extensively, found the 5% fee awkward in terms of using their sub-agents and the online service simultaneously.
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One agent likes to call it "back-seat publishing."
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I sold my first YA book with an agent, though that agent is no longer in the field.
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Agent for both books was Charlotte Sheedy.
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Agent Neil Olson at Donadio and Ashworth sold Karp North American rights, and has made British and German deals.
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In a seven-figure hard-soft world rights deal negotiated by SMP president and publisher Sally Richardson with agent Sterling Lord, the house bought Dr.
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But I found that I had a lot to learn in order to be a good agent.
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The agent for the book, who sold North American rights, is Jeff Kleinman at Washington's Graybill & English.