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  • The Shadow War
    Agent: Thao Le, Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency.
    01/04/2021
  • The Project
    Agent: Faye Bender, the Book Group.
    01/04/2021
  • A Dark and Hollow Star
    Agent: Mandy Hubbard, Emerald City Literary.
    01/04/2021
  • Milo Imagines the World
    Agent (for de la Peña and Robinson): Steven Malk, Writers House.
    01/04/2021
  • We Are the Ashes, We Are the Fire
    Agent: Jim McCarthy, Dystel, Goderich & Bourret.
    01/04/2021
  • Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre
    Author’s agent: Rubin Pfeffer, Rubin Pfeffer Content.
    01/04/2021
  • TKO Studios Expands to the Book Trade, Movies
    In addition, the house plans hardcover editions for Sentient and Sara that will be released later.TKO released four titles on its first list (TKO calls its seasonal lists waves), including Sara, a story based on Soviet women snipers in WWII; The 7 Deadly Sins by Tze Chun with art by
    01/04/2021
  • In Conversation: Courtney Maum, Matthew Salesses, and Rachel Krantz
    As a debut author awaiting the publication of my first book, Anything But Monogamy (Harmony), for me, there were two recent books about the craft of writing that felt that way, and both were published by Catapult: Courtney Maum’s funny and honest guide Before and After the Book Deal:
    01/04/2021
  • Lightseekers
    Agent: Harry Illingworth, DHH Agency (U.K.).
    01/04/2021
  • The Vietri Project
    Agent: Julie Barer, the Book Group.
    01/04/2021
  • Old Novels as Therapy
    I bought a used edition of And the Birds Rained Down by Jocelyne Saucier, translated by Rhonda Mullins, from Better World Books, whose profits support literacy programs, and I read it twice within two months, taking as long as I wanted to savor the delectable prose.On my shelves are multiple
    01/04/2021
  • PW's Most-Read Children's and YA Stories of 2020
    Caine’s literary agent Lucienne Diver said, “During even her hardest times, she was an activist, an ally, a philanthropist, an author uplifting other voices.”9.
    12/22/2020
  • Girls of a Certain Age
    Agent: Jenni Ferrari-Adler, Union Literary.
    12/21/2020
  • Stoop City
    “How We Learn to Lie” begins with the line, “Julia would have done him in a heartbeat, before” and charts how narrator Julia, a bitter real estate agent, came to be disgusted by the “Ken-doll” client she once would have found attractive.
    12/21/2020
  • A Tip for the Hangman
    After he is caught spying by Catholic rebels, he gets out of the jam by claiming to be a double agent working on their behalf, then travels to the Netherlands to counterfeit gold coin for the Catholic cause.
    12/21/2020

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