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  • New Works by Writers with Disabilities Hit Publisher Lists
    “Because we don’t hear or see stories in the media about disabled people as agents of change, and love, and deepening our understanding of society, but instead as pity stories, we unconsciously absorb this message that the universal themes of a disabled person’s story would not apply to all
    04/06/2020
  • Book Deals: Week of April 6, 2020
    -based United Agents.
    04/06/2020
  • Going Global with Imbolo Mbue's New Novel
    Mbue is a private person—so private that when her agent was sending out Behold the Dreamers to publishers, they would google her name, “and there was nothing, because I just didn’t even exist on the internet,” she says, laughing.
    04/06/2020
  • Q & A with Rae Carson
    My agent and I submitted the book and my editor responded to my agent: “Is this a trilogy?”
    04/02/2020
  • Tomie dePaola Remembered
    Award-winning author-illustrator Tomie dePaola, widely known for his stylized folk-art illustrations and vast catalogue of popular picture books, died on March 30 of complications from surgery following a fall.
    04/02/2020
  • Q & A with Rob Harrell
    Then I worked on it just with my agent for about a year.I would work up a chunk and Dan , my agent, would give me his thoughts.
    03/31/2020
  • Obituary: Tomie dePaola
    Doug Whiteman, dePaola’s agent, former publisher, and longtime friend, offered this remembrance: “My memories of times spent with Tomie could quite literally fill a book, although perhaps not one intended for children.
    03/31/2020
  • The Trouble with Big Deals
    It’s also how top editors maintain their relationships with top agents, and how the industry itself maintains the status quo.
    03/30/2020
  • New Titles from Self-Publishers: End of March 2020
    Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 52 self-published titles below.
    03/30/2020
  • Book Deals: Week of March 30, 2020
    The agents, comparing the book to Emma Cline’s The Girls, Delia Owens’s Where the Crawdads Sing, and Quentin Tarantino’s Once upon a Time in Hollywood, said it follows a young man’s search for his missing sister that “takes him into the bright, beautiful heart of Southern California in the
    03/30/2020
  • Laila Lalami Looks for Home In Her Latest
    A border agent at the Los Angeles International Airport once asked her husband, who traveled with her, “How many camels did you have to trade in for her?
    03/30/2020
  • The Coronavirus Takes Its Toll on Publishing
    But delaying publication is not so easy, publishers and agents agreed.
    03/30/2020
  • Bologna to Launch Virtual Fair, Rights Platform
    The new rights platform will be open free of charge to publishers and literary agent exhibitors registered for the 2020 fair.
    03/30/2020
  • Whitings Name 2020 Winners, Celebrate 35 Years
    At the reception, I met many literary editors whose names I’d only read, and I weaseled my way into a dinner with the agent who represented not a few of them.
    03/25/2020
  • Binc Steps In for Booksellers in Need
    In a short period, Binc has secured a $100,000 donation from the American Booksellers Association, $50,000 from HarperCollins, and matching donations from both Beacon Press and literary agent Steven Malk.Along with large contributions, French emphasized the positive impact that individual donations are
    03/24/2020

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