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  • The Indie Publishing Feminist Revolution
    In sheer number, women—primarily straight white women—are the backbone of the publishing industry.
    05/01/2017
  • Book Deals: Week of May 1, 2017
    Kiffel-Alcheh did not use an agent in the deal.Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that Adrienne Celt won an O.
    05/01/2017
  • Religion and Spirituality Books Preview: May 2017
    On the trail she meets a motley crew of cowboys who offer to help.May 2True to You by Becky Wade (Bethany, $13.99 paper, 978-0-7642-1936-8) follows a romance writer named Nora Bradford who hesitates when given an opportunity to experience falling in love in real life.May 9Fatal M
    04/26/2017
  • Pontas Literary Marks Milestone During Barcelona's Annual Lit Celebration
    “It’s like having a team look after you, not just one agent,” said Winnie M Li, who was “approached aggressively” by Pontas after she was a runner-up for the CWA Debut Dagger 2015 for her debut novel, Dark Chapter (forthcoming in the US from Polis Books, September).This ethos
    04/26/2017
  • Rick Riordan Imprint Acquires First Three Titles
    So when his agent wondered whether he had any interest in creating a middle-grade adventure story based on the folklore of his native Korea for a new imprint, he hesitated — but only for a moment.
    04/25/2017
  • What Writers Need to Know about Envy
    If you let rejections from agents and editors be the sole measure of your work, you will lose sight of what it is about writing that feeds and moves you.I’m lucky because I work mostly with authors who choose to green-light their own work, sometimes because those aforementioned barriers are
    04/24/2017
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: April 2017
    Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 111 self-published titles below.
    04/24/2017
  • Book Deals: Week of April 24, 2017
    The paranormal romance series is set in contemporary Vermont and, per Esden’s agent, Pooja Menon at Kimberly Cameron & Associates, “centers around a disreputable coven and the stories of three strong women who are determined to save it, and themselves, from past mistakes.”Correction: An earlier
    04/24/2017
  • Quirks Work At Quirk Books
    Part of that comes from simply being out of the industry’s Manhattan-centric loop; Rekulak “rarely” gets pitches from agents or pays six figures for a book—although he said that he is “open” to it.
    04/24/2017
  • In Brief: April 20, 2017
    The conference featured panel discussions, workshops, and opportunities for writers to have their work critiqued by agents and editors.
    04/20/2017
  • Rights Report: Week of April 17, 2017
    Publication is set for spring 2019; Kerry Sparks at Levine Greenberg Rostan was the agent.
    04/18/2017
  • A Big Week for Children's Book Publishing
    “I had a very good Bologna—definitely a case of ‘the right book at the right time,’ ” said agent Fiona Kenshole of Transatlantic Literary.
    04/17/2017
  • Q & A with Lauren Wolk
    I knew from the reaction of editors who were interested in Wolf Hollow and from Penguin, which published the book, and my agent and others who’d read it, that it was a positive reception.
    04/13/2017
  • Bologna 2017: Busy? Quiet? Both? Fair Attendees Leave Satisfied, Regardless
    “I had a very good Bologna—definitely a case of ‘the right book at the right time,’ ” said agent Fiona Kenshole of Transatlantic Literary.
    04/13/2017
  • RBmedia Launches, Acquires Audiobooks.com
    “With the incredible growth and tech leadership we’ve seen at Audiobooks.com, this acquisition means we have a very compelling story we can tell authors, agents, and publishers,” he added.
    04/11/2017

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