- Job Moves: May 12, 2014
Following the death of agent Deborah Rogers on April 30, Rogers Coleridge & White has appointed Gill Coleridge as chair to succeed Rogers.
- Cully Named Publisher at Kensington
"She’s wonderful with accounts, agents, authors and co-workers.
- Tauber to Lead Chronicle's New Imprint
"I can hardly wait to jump back in again working with all my agent and industry colleagues to discover, develop, and publish leading, authentic, and enduring authors and projects," said Tauber, previously senior v-p and publisher at HarperOne from 2005-2017, in a statement.Tauber
- Creation of a Ruling Class
Klayman bought North American rights from agent Lynn Johnston.
- Grimes Goes to Holt
Rumor had it that Knopf decided not to meet Grimes's previous high-six-figure per book price for a new contract, so an auction was held by agent Peter Lampack.
- St. Martin's to Publish E. Lynn Harris' 'In My Father's House' in July
SMP publisher Sally Richardson signed the deal last year with Harris’ agent John Hawkins who said at the time Harris was looking for a different publisher for the Dean series, which Harris planned to aim at a distinctly gay audience.
- Two-Book Deal for Teen Cult Writer
The North American rights buy was made by Hyperion's Alessandra Balzer, with Miramax's Devereux Chatillon, from agent Jay Mandel at William Morris, for publication next spring.
- Novel Shows Sherlock at 93
—based Mitch Cullin, who has been a devoted Sherlockian ever since childhood, and the North American rights deal was made with agent Peter Steinberg at JCA Literary.
- Nuland on How to Grow Old
Loomis bought world English rights from agent Glen Hartley at Writers Representatives.
- Avoidable Deaths
Now she has written her own book, tentatively titled Reckonings: The Education of a Numbers Woman, which senior editor William Frucht at Basic Books has bought, world rights, from London agent Peter Cox at Litopia.
- PW: Going Wrong
Phil Raskind of Endeavor on the Coast negotiated the sale in conjunction with Little's agents in New York, David Vigliano and his associate Alexander Smithline.Back To News --->
- Houghton Gets 'All Souls' Author
Senior editor Deanne Urmy, who had originally published MacDonald at Beacon, bought world English rights from agent Ike Williams at Kneerim & Williams for publication three years hence.
- HC's Seven Figures for Sexpert
The world rights deal was arranged by agent Frank Weimann at Literary Group International, who said DiPreta was approached because he had earlier expressed interest in both a new Corn title and her prosperous backlist.
- Cobain's Journals Snapped Up
A lot of eager publishers lined up to take a look at what agent David Vigliano was showing of the unpublished journals of the late rock superstar Kurt Cobain of Seattle's Nirvana, and it was co-editorial director Julie Grau at Riverhead
- Goldsmith for Warner
Raab bought North American rights from agent Nick Ellison for Dumping Billy, which he described as her "most affecting and witty" novel since her breakthrough First Wives Club, plus another untitled novel; Billy is likely to be published in summer 2003.