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  • Colleagues Remember Carolyn Reidy
    —Gail Hochman, President of Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents and of the Board of Directors of the Association of Authors' RepresentativesCarolyn was one of the major forces in world publishing.
  • Rights Report: Week of May 11, 2020
    Eliza Swift at Sourcebooks Fire has acquired world English rights to When the Night Comes by Marieke Nijkamp (This Is Where It Ends).
  • Italian Literary Agents Form Trade Association
    A group of 37 Italian literary agencies have formed ADALI, the Association of Italian Literary Agents.
  • With a Dozen New Books This Year Alone, Kate Messner Is Smashing Expectations
    Messner’s combined sales, according to her literary agent, Jennifer Laughran at the Andrea Brown Literary Agency, are more than 3.5 million copies.
  • Susan Miller Interrogates 'Monogomy'
    Also, she confides, when her granddaughter comes to visit her in Boston, “all bets are off—she’s the focus.”When Monogamy was finished in 2018, Miller went looking for a new agent.
  • 'Publishers Weekly' Launches Trade Magazine in Spanish
    However, seeing how this arrives just as the industry is battling the devastating effects of the pandemic, the arrival of Publishers Weekly en Español is truly a blessing: an injection of confidence for publishers, distributors, booksellers, authors and agents,” said Lluís Miquel Palomares Ba
  • Bologna's Virtual Fair Draws 60,000 Online Visitors
    Another important component of the fair are the illustrator portfolio reviews, which this year took place online: starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, the 24-hour Worldwide Illustrators Survival Portfolio Review saw 24 different illustrators, art directors, and agents taking turns, one each hour
  • The Return of the YA Vampire
    “Ten years ago,” he recalled, “I read an interview with a literary agent said something along the lines of, ‘If you have any hopes of being published right now, your book better have vampires, zombies, or shapeshifters in it.’ ” He took that comment as prescriptive rather than
  • Children's Job Moves: April 2020
    Andie Krawczyk has joined Chronicle Books as children's marketing director; previously she was director of library marketing at Candlewick Press.Tristan Lueck has joined Little Bee Books as marketing and publicity assistant.Tricia Lawrence has been promoted to senior agent at Erin Murphy Literary Agency, from
  • Q & A with Jenny Torres Sanchez
    Jenny Torres Sanchez’s first YA novel, The Downside of Being Charlie, was published in 2012; in her timely fifth book, We Are Not from Here, she follows three teens attempting the dangerous journey from their violence-ridden village in Guatemala to the United States, on their own.
  • The Need for In-Person International Book Fairs
    The fair in Beijing, set for August 26-30, will take place as planned.In a recent Bookseller article, agent Peter Cox of Redhammer Management, stated that “the Corona virus might be the death knell of the physical book fair.”
  • Frankfurt's Boos Promises a Reinvented Book Fair
    "The era of publishers taking big booths is likely over for now," he admitted.LitAg ModificationsCentral to the fair has always been the Literary Agents & Scouts Centre (LitAg), which last year hosted 780 agents from 355 agencies, who came from 35 countries.
  • In Her Goodbye to Daevebad, S.A. Chakraborty Goes Gold
    “He is a huge sci-fi fantasy buff, he’s my beta, and he edits all my medical scenes,” she says.Chakraborty’s husband pushed her to find a writers group, and then an agent.
  • Why Two Agents Argue Books Aren't Essential
    This comes with acknowledging a certain amount of privilege—as agents, we might not fully feel the squeeze of a precarious industry for a few months, and perhaps not anywhere to the level our bookseller and in-house colleagues will experience it.
  • Rights Report: Week of April 27, 2020
    Publication is slated for fall 2021; Erin Murphy at Erin Murphy Literary Agency represented the author, and Jodie Hodges at United Agents UK represented the illustrator.

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