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  • What Draws Carter Wilson To the Dark Side
    Really dark.I got an agent with that first book, but it didn’t sell, nor did the three after that.
    07/22/2019
  • Fall 2019 Children's Announcements: Publishers R-Z
    Random HouseAll Kinds of Families by Suzanne Lang (Oct. 1, board book, $8.99, ISBN 978-0-553-49940-7) pays tribute to nontraditional family structures.
    07/22/2019
  • Audible's Captions Program Stirs Copyright Fears in Lit Community
    “There are real copyright issues here and authors, publishers, and agents should review and clarify their positions,” said Dominique Raccah, CEO of Sourcebooks.
    07/22/2019
  • Nic Stone: A Different Sort of Jackpot
    It was the first series I finished where I thought, ‘Maybe I can write a book.’ ”Stone’s first attempt, however, was terrible, she says, and her second was not even a book yet when she sold it on proposal in a two-book deal to Phoebe Yeh at Crown.Stone’s agent, Rena
    07/22/2019
  • Panorama Project Pivots, Taps New Project Leader
    Citing the "disheartening" recent changes in library e-book and digital audio terms, Potash told PW that Panorama will also also reach out directly to authors and agents about to how libraries impact their work, and to involve them in the project.
    07/19/2019
  • Spring 2020 Children’s Sneak Previews
    ABRAMSAbrams hops into the barber’s chair for Lion Needs a Haircut by Hyewon Yum, in which a lion cub’s father helps calm his son’s anxiety about getting a trim; Paolo, Emperor of Rome by Mac Barnett, illus. by Claire Keane, featuring dachshund puppy Paolo, who explores Rome after escaping
    07/19/2019
  • Spies and Special Ops: War & Military History 2019–2020
    Books about undercover agents, the French Foreign Legion, the U.S.
    07/15/2019
  • Life During Wartime: War & Military History 2019–2020
    .), a treatise against what he sees as blind patriotism and war for war’s sake.The Liberation of Auschwitz at 75Forthcoming books preserve firsthand accounts of Nazi concentration camps.A Contrarian ViewThese titles challenge prevailing wisdom and hardened consensus to consider the necessities, mistakes, and tr
    07/15/2019
  • Writers to Watch Fall 2019: Anticipated Debuts
    “Once I started reading, I was instantly drawn in by his story of a family and the town that both defines and confines them,” says Colvin’s agent, Ayesha Pande.Race is similarly defining and confining for the Sebolts, one of whom passes as white after moving to Alabama.
    07/15/2019
  • Book Deals: Week of July 15, 2019
    Hocherman took North American rights, for six figures, to Worm from agent Holly McGhee at Pippin Properties.
    07/15/2019
  • Thrillerfest XIV: The Crimes, They Are A-Changin
    He also regaled the audience with the story of how he got his agent from a reporter he’d assigned to write about horse manure 15 years earlier—one Carl Hiaasen.Harlan Coben, the only author to have won the Edgar, Shamus, and Anthony Awards, received the 2019 Silver Bullet Award, in
    07/15/2019
  • The Liberation of Auschwitz at 75: War & Military History 2019–2020
    According to Hachette, Cenziper, an investigative journalist at the Washington Post, gained “unprecedented access to federal agents, Nazi documents, and government records” to piece together her account of the hunt.Return to the main feature.
    07/15/2019
  • Modern Warfare And Its Cost: War & Military History 2019–2020
    Alec Bierbauer, an agent with the CIA who helped develop the Predator program, and retired Air Force colonel Mark Cooter, who previously operated drones for surveillance purposes, chronicle the risks they took and the rules they broke to meet the project’s deadline with Never Mind, We’ll Do It
    07/15/2019
  • A Debut Middle-Grade Author's Life-Changing Tweet
    On a whim, he decided to pitch his work-in-progress to literary agents through #DVPit, a Twitter hashtag created by agent Beth Phelan to amplify “marginalized voices that have been historically underrepresented in publishing.”
    07/11/2019
  • Dav Pilkey's Dog Man Takes to the Stage—and the Road
    The musical is written by the Emmy-winning team of Kevin Del Aguila and Brad Alexander and is directed and choreographed by Jen Wineman.Barbara Pasternack, artistic director of TWUSA, noted that she had talked in recent years to Pilkey’s agent, Amy Berkower at Writers House, about the possibili
    07/11/2019

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