- Mayflower Next for Philbrick
Viking's Wendy Wolf bought the untitled project from agent Stuart Krichevsky, for North American rights only, but publication is four years away; the author is still working on his next book.
- New Look at Lizzie Borden
Karp bought North American rights from agent Tina Bennett at Janklow & Nesbit and plans to publish in 2005.
- Legal Expert Turns Novelist
Goldstein's agent is one not normally associated with fiction: former HM publisher Wendy Strothman in Boston.
- S&S to Distribute Kindle Bestseller John Locke
The deal, which was negotiated by agent Jane Dystel, is an exclusive agreement whereby S&S will handle getting Locke's eight Donovan Creed novels into the retail market.
- PW Select March 2014: All Our Coverage
Fortunately, most other times of the year, they've been selling like gangbusters.This month's installment of reviews of self-published print and e-books.Booksellers, publishers, and agents are encouraged to take a look at the following listings of self-published books from authors either waiting
- Crime Anthology Moves to Ecco
They made the North American rights buy from agent Nat Sobel at Sobel and Weber to move the series from Pantheon and Vintage, where it had previously resided.
- Those Italian Songsters
The latter bought world English rights from agent Maria Massie at Witherspoon Associates in the untitled book, but it will be a while before completion, as Rotella has a full-time job as a senior editor for this magazine's Forecasts department.
- Bourne Again
Lustbader, who has written more than 20 international bestselling thrillers, was a good friend of Ludlum; the two shared the same agent and accountant and were mutual fans.
- PW: Playing with a Planet
Agents representing Bear were Richard Curtis in New York and Brian Lipson of Renaissance in Los Angeles.Back To News ---> Search | Bestsellers |
- Trent Lott Remembers
Judith Regan made the world rights deal with agent Flip Brophy at Sterling Lord Literistic and will publish next fall.
- Old Partnership for Sidney
The U.S. rights deal was worked out by the companies' chief execs, Michael Morrison and Larry Kirshbaum, with agent Mort Janklow, and the fruits of their joint efforts will be a new thriller called Are You Afraid of the Dark?
- A New Look at Bill
She bought North American rights from agent Andrew Wylie, for publication in 2004.
- The Book on Blair
Kot bought North American rights from British agent Felicity Bryan and plans to publish next January.
- Singer's Story for Broadway
He agreed, and it was later signed with him and with Powers's agent, Sarah Lazin.
- Playwright's First Novel Bought
Talese bought North American rights in the book from London agent Clare Aitken via long distance while sailing in the Mediterranean, and in consultation with Doubleday publisher Steve Rubin, who was in Frankfurt at the book fair.