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  • Children's Institute 2017: The Steads: Reconstructing Mark Twain's Only Picture Book
    After winning the Caldecott Medal for A Sick Day for Amos McGee (Roaring Brook/Porter, 2010), Philip and Erin Stead, the husband-and-wife writing-and-illustrating team, received a number of book requests, but none as mysterious as an offer from Doubleday via their agent.
  • London Digital 2017: Bringing the Science of Marketing Technology to Publishing
    Our systems gather and assess dozens of unique data points, signals, and triggers by which books (and soon other products) are ranked, promoted, and sold by online retailers (including the likelihood of discovery and sell-through) and provide actionable real-time guidance to publishers and authors
  • The Indie Author's Guide to Paid Reviews
    It also boasts relationships with librarians, agents, and publishing professionals, as well as with publishing databases and outlets such as Ingram, and Publishing Perspectives.
  • First Look: Jessica Townsend’s ‘Nevermoor’
    She spent a year or two researching agents.
  • The Obamas' Book Deals Spark $65 Million Mystery
    Should PRH try, instead, to bring in money through the sale of foreign rights, the question becomes how much publishers in other countries will pay for the books.One literary agent said he thought the most PRH might make from foreign rights deals was $6 million, explaining that, because
  • Cressida Cowell Looks for Lightning to Strike Twice with New Series
    The deal for the series was brokered by Cowell’s agent, Caroline Walsh of David Higham Associates.
  • London Briefcase 2017: What U.S. Agencies Will be Selling at the London Book Fair
    This year American agents will be pushing a raft of notable books, including short fiction by Tom Hanks and Jeffrey Eugenides, new novels by Dean Koontz and Jennifer Egan, and nonfiction by Garry Kasaparov and Masha Gessen.
  • London Book Fair 2017 Preview
    And, once again, a strong slate of talks for those interested in self-publishing is set for the Author HQ; there will be a comprehensive academic and scholarly publishing program; and of course, agents and publishers will be on hand to buy and sell foreign rights in the International Ri
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers, February 2017
    Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 148 self-published titles below, with descriptions provided by their authors.
  • Pushing the Envelopes: PW Talks with Nir Hezroni
    .), an Israeli intelligence agent plots an intricate and subtle revenge on his former handlers.If the book was not set in Israel, what would be different?
  • Spotlight on Karma Brown
    I didn’t end up stopping—I couldn’t after I considered what might happen—but the image of that scenario stuck with me.”In the novel, Meg Pepper is trying to be all things to all people: she is a successful real estate agent who has a healthy marriage to her husband, Ryan, and a
  • S&S Cancels Milo Yiannopoulos's Book
    Yiannopoulos’s agent, Thomas Flannery, responded with a defense, observing that “the right to speak freely should be the bedrock of our industry."
  • Despite Embargo, U.S., Cuba Publishers Invoke Solidarity at Havana Book Fair
    This year the mission featured several new faces, among them Judith Curr, president and publisher of the Atria Publishing Group at S&S; Ted Adams, CEO and publisher of indie graphic novel house IDW Publishing; and literary agents Amy Berkower of Writers House and Kim Witherspoon of Inkwell
  • Commemorating 75 Years Of Little Golden Books
    “I grew up with these books and loved them—and a lot of others did too, and now want to be part of the line, which is very gratifying.”Muldrow reports that she now receives more submissions from authors’ agents and artists’ reps than ever, but she proceeds with caution.
  • Book Deals: Week of February 20, 2017
    According to the agent, the book tells the story of how Spoerry, known as the Flying Doctor, “saved hundreds of thousands of East Africans until her death in 1999.”

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