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  • HC To Deliver Election Book from Heilemann and Halperin
    Tim Duggan, v-p and executive editor at Harper, inked the deal with agent Andrew Wylie, and the book, which is slated for a fall 2009 release, will chronicle the Obama-Clinton showdown on the Democratic ticket as well as McCain's surprise victory in the Republican primary.
    06/10/2008
  • Ecco Wins Auction for Schama
    An auction conducted by agent Michael Carlisle for three new books by British historian Simon Schama was won by Dan Halpern, who heads Harper's Ecco imprint.
    07/15/2002
  • Howard Moves to Ballantine
    Howard's editor will be editorial director Linda Marrow (also formerly at Pocket), and the deal was signed with agent Robin Rue at Writer's House.
    09/10/2001
  • Big Deal for Idaho Editor
    The North American rights deal was signed with agent David McCormick at Collins McCormick.
    10/20/2003
  • Enron Title with Informed Help
    The executive editor of the house's Currency imprint, Roger Scholl, signed the book, tentatively titled Power Failure, from agent David McCormick at IMG, for U.S., Canada, open market and second serial rights.
    01/21/2002
  • Trump Not by Trump
    The book was bought from agent Andrew Blauner, world rights, and is scheduled for publication as soon as October.
    03/21/2005
  • Freelunch.gov
    Literary agent and now author Raphael Sagalyn has compiled the first comprehensive guide to the voluminous reliable and tax-supported U.S. government information available through federal agency Web sites.
    09/23/1996
  • Actress's YA Series Expands
    The world rights deal was made with Hollywood agent Alan Nevins at The Firm.
    12/22/2003
  • A Special Day for an Artist
    Marcus, George Nicholson (her agent) and David Gale (her editor).
    09/22/2003
  • Whither Hubbell?
    The book is back to William Morris agent Michael Carlisle, with no word yet on a new taker.
    05/12/1997
  • Wolitzer's Back
    Miller preempted for North American rights from agent Henry Dunow at Dunow & Carlson, and will publish a year from now.
    02/21/2005
  • The Word from Hans Blix
    Dan Frank bought the untitled book, in which Hans Blix describes his struggles to gain more time as war approached, from Jane Gelfman at Gelfman & Schneider, co-agenting for Curtis Brown in London.
    10/06/2003
  • 'Jenny Jones: My Story' Comes This Fall
    Jones, whose talk show is seen by 24 million viewers each week, was repped by William Morris agent Mel Berger; she plans to donate all proceeds to breast cancer research.
    06/16/1997
  • Judith Regan &Me
    Previously repped by Andrew Wylie, Moore was represented in this deal by Mort Janklow, his new agent.
    04/07/1997
  • T.C. Boyle's Fictional Kinsey
    Slovak bought North American rights from agent Georges Borchardt and will publish next fall.
    09/22/2003

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