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  • Hollywood Reader
    This week: A producer still has the Lovely touch and another film agent turns author.
    04/11/2005
  • Spring 2008 Flying Starts: Padma Venkatraman
    “My agent told me that John was 'her toughest editor' and I thought of him as my varsity coach,” the author says with admiration.
    06/23/2008
  • London Book Fair: Americans MIA
    Dozens of personnel from smaller and independent houses canceled their trips as did numerous agents.
    04/18/2010
  • News Corp. to Acquire Morrow, Avon from Hearst
    "Obviously, it's a matter of concern, particularly to those authors and agents with books at Morrow and Avon, whose editors are likely to bear the brunt of it," she said.
    06/21/1999
  • Book Deals: Week of February 29, 2016
    The book was pitched by her agent as Jenny Han’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before “stranded on a deserted island.”
    02/29/2016
  • #DVPit Connects NZ Author with Writers Community
    After receiving almost 200 likes, 80 of which were from agents or editors, she sent out a first batch of 15 queries and sample pages.
    02/04/2019
  • NYRF: Secrets of Bestselling Translations
    “International editors and scouts have been looking more and more toward what will be published in other languages besides English, said Marleen Seegers, owner and foreign rights agent at 2 Seas Agency.
    05/30/2019
  • Spring 2010 Flying Starts: Jandy Nelson
    Even though Nelson has worked as an agent for adult fiction and nonfiction for 13 years at Manus & Associates Literary Agency, she says she was overwhelmed when it came to choosing an agent for her YA book.
    06/28/2010
  • Deals: Week of 7/11/11
    Agent Deborah Grosvenor, of Grosvenor Literary, handled the sale.
    07/11/2011
  • Deals
    Matthew Snyder co-agented.
    07/18/2005
  • Mystery Notes
    Agent, Evan Marshall.
    08/12/2002
  • Hollywood Reader
    How to Be Hornby Agents, take note: if you pitch a book to editors as "Hornby-esque," film scouts will come sniffing.
    09/26/2005
  • Hollywood Reader
    A film deal would cap an already happy month for Mlynowski: lit agent Laura Dail recently sold Spellbooks & Sleeping Bags, the third in her YA Bras & Broomsticks series, to Random House for a six-figure advance.
    08/08/2005
  • Rights Report: Children's Books
    Tracey Adams at Adams Literary was the agent.
    06/11/2009
  • Oyster, Scribd Add Macmillan E-books; Frontlist Grows
    “We developed this model with authors, agents and publishers from the beginning,” he said.
    01/13/2015

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