- Q & A with Angela Dominguez
I fell in love with the writing process, and I’m so grateful for my agent’s mentorship.
- Four Questions for Melissa Albert
Originally, The Hazel Wood included only a truncated version of “Alice-Three-Times,” but when my agent set out to sell it, she felt I should write one more tale.
- Frankfurt Book Fair Plans to Go 'Back to Basics'
The respondents said the fair should "concentrate on the basics," and continue to be a physical event, one that provides a space for literary agents plus rights and licensing meetings, as well as international networking opportunities.
- Licensing Hotline: December 2020
Godzilla Reawakens in Middle-Grade ComicsIDW is building on its longtime relationship with Toho, signing a new licensing deal that expands its classic Godzilla publishing program into younger age brackets; formats include art books, coloring books, and journals; and categories such as tabletop games and puzzles
- Q & A with Gary Paulsen
It was actually a suggestion from my agent.
- How Sarah Gailey Became a Novelist, Despite Themself
When their agent suggested it, Gailey responded, “No way, no how.
- The Virtual Author School Visit Evolves
Visiting young readers at schools and libraries is a significant part of many children’s book authors’ and illustrators’ jobs.
- Talia Hibbert Keeps On Writing On
After a literary agent approached her, she says she was “freaking out.”
- The Best Book Party on Earth
It was a chance to meet people with whom we’d only had phone conversations, a chance to unexpectedly run into an agent (and remember the elevator pitch for that undiscovered narrative nonfiction manuscript that was sitting back home), and a chance to see old friends and catch up.
- Dawnie Walton Writes a Rockin' Novel
“He was actually one of the agents I hadn’t met,” Walton says.
- Will the PRH–S&S Combination Be Too Big?
As the buzz about the end of BookExpo has cooled down, industry members continue to digest the news of PRH’s pending purchase of S&S, the nation’s largest and third-largest trade book publishers, respectively.When the acquisition was announced, the Authors Guild, the American Booksellers Association,
- Frankfurt Book Fair New York Is Closing
Minkus, who worked with Frankfurt for 20 years, will be leaving the company.The office, which was previously known as the German Book Office and rebranded as the Frankfurt Book Fair in New York in 2017, served a variety of roles, including selling exhibition space to North Americans and organizi
- Rights Report: Week of December 7, 2020
Haunted by the stigma of being part machine, Auri is set on proving her worth as an investigative agent.
- Meet the 2020 BookLife Prize Fiction Finalists!
This year’s BookLife Prize in Fiction welcomed more than 700 submissions across five categories.
- Spring 2021 Announcements: Mysteries & Thrillers
Field agent Evan Ryder returns to Washington, D.C., after a successful mission to find her secret black ops division within the Department of Defense shut down. 100,000-copy announced first printing.