- BookExpo 2018: Tommy Orange: The Urban Native American
Writer Claire Vaye Watkins was there and asked if she could send his manuscript to her agent, Nicole Aragi.
- BookExpo 2018: Gary Shteyngart Is Grateful for Greyhound
He’d gotten stuck after writing more than 100 pages of a new novel, a globe-trotting thriller about a woman who works as an intelligence agent for a hedge fund.
- Panelists Share Blockbuster Secrets
Touchstone published the novel in hardcover last summer, and the paperback hits in June.Curtis Brown Australia agent Clare Forster described the success of The Dry by Jane Harper.
- Exporting Scandinavian Storytelling
Before the wave of Scandinavian crime fiction broke, Läckberg’s agent struggled to find an English-language publisher.
- Diversity’s Bottom Line
A panel of editors and agents took on the finances behind publishing’s diversity problems in a discussion hosted by the Independent Book Publishers Association yesterday.
- BookExpo 2018: What's Happening on the Children’s Front
Sharing their perspectives are agents Marietta B.
- What Evil Lurks in the Hearts of... Women? Author Samantha Downing Knows.
“The coffee turned into wine, and all the agents adored her,” Poelle says.
- How to Network Better by Saying Less
The writer’s response wasn’t bad: it was essentially the meaty hook that would be appropriate in a query letter to an agent or editor.
- New Titles from Self-Publishers: May 2018
Booksellers, publishers, librarians, and agents are encouraged to look at the 100 self-published titles below.
- Adapting Kids' Books for Screens: A Global Kids Connect Session at New York Rights Fair 2018
For publishers, agents, rights professionals, and editors, the event offers a valuable chance to learn how Hollywood executives look at books, how characters are evaluated for their screen potential, how the entertainment industry is evolving, and how the publishing and Hollywood industries might work
- Obituary: Richard Peck
Peck to me,” said literary agent Nancy Gallt, who was one of Peck’s students at Hunter College High School.
- Licensing Expo 2018: Publishers Look to Product Extensions to Attract More Readers
MerryMakers, agent for Pete the Cat, Little Elliot, and Biscuit, is newly representing Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers’ Crayons series, while The Buffalo Works introduced a licensing program for Fox Chapel’s new Bigfoot series by D.L.
- Book Deals: Week of May 21, 2018
., Canadian, and open market rights to the book from ICM agents Sloan Harris and Dan Kirschen.
- Global Kids Connect at New York Rights Fair 2018: Four Questions with Eddie Gamarra
What I tell authors, agents, editors, subsidiary rights professionals, literary agents, and all my publishing friends, is that the Hollywood way is all-inclusive.
- Tom Wolfe Dies at 87
He was 88.Wolfe, whose passing was confirmed to the New York Times by his literary agent, Lynn Nesbit, was known for being one of the leading voices of the "New Journalism" movement, which he, along with such fellow highly-stylized reporters as Hunter S.