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  • PW: Friedman's Next from FSG
    Executive editor Jonathan Galassi made the reported $500,000, one-book deal with ICM agent Esther Newberg and plans a spring 1999 publication.Back To News --->
    11/24/1997
  • 'Investment Biker' Rides Again
    Now he's been off on his travels again, this time journeying around the world for three years (and visiting 116 countries) in a custom-built Mercedes convertible, and the results of his new exploits will appear in Adventure Capitalist, which Random v-p and senior editor Jonathan Karp has ju
    03/04/2002
  • Random's Russian Star
    He preempted North American rights from agent Linda Michaels, who was representing Akunin's translation rights on behalf of his Italian publisher, Frassinelli (his work has made a number of foreign sales).
    03/25/2002
  • Road Trip with the Folks
    The agent making the sale was Jane Dystel of Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
    09/13/2004
  • Dutton Gets Sniper Hunter's Story
    The deal, which includes North American, first serial, audio and book club rights, was signed with agent David Vigliano, and Tart plans to publish in the fall.
    02/10/2003
  • Dale Brown Moving to Morrow
    Morrow/Avon executive v-p Michael Morrison made the world English rights deal with Brown's agent, Robert Gottlieb at Trident Media Group, and the books will be edited by executive editor Henry Ferris.
    10/01/2001
  • PW: Pinsky and Weisbach
    Weisbach negotiated the deal with Pinsky's new agent, Jill Kneerim of the Boston-based Palmer &Dodge.Back To News ---> Search | Bestsellers 
    02/02/1998
  • Metallica Puts Out the Word
    It was a deal for world and serial rights, signed with agent Lydia Wills at Writers and Artists International, which also represents its members for personal appearances.
    12/22/2003
  • The War on Privacy
    She took North American and first serial rights to No Place to Hide: Technology, Surveillance and America's War on Terror from agent Amy Rennert and plans to publish next year.
    03/03/2003
  • Ehrenreich Stays at Holt
    Her Metropolitan Books editor, Sarah Bershtel, signed for North American rights with agent Kris Dahl at ICM, and plans to publish next fall.
    01/17/2005
  • A Time for Sequels
    Again her editor is Warner's Jamie Raab, who bought this time from a new agent for Tademy, Kim Witherspoon at Inkwell Management; the deal was for world rights, with pub planned for summer 2006.
    03/07/2005
  • Cerf Bio Set at Random
    She will use them as the basis for a book she will write for Random veteran editor Robert Loomis, who bought North American rights in her founder's tale from agent Betsy Lerner at the Gernert Company.
    09/30/2002
  • Two-Book Deal for Zoetrope Discovery
    Gabriel Brownstein, who is a professor at the Stony Brook campus of the State University of New York, is about to achieve publication via a classic route: a story of his in Zoetrope was spotted by agent Paul Cirone at the Aaron P
    08/06/2001
  • 'Good in Bed' Author Even Better
    Hendricks signed Weiner to another two-book deal for world English rights, worth well into seven figures, with agent Joanna Pulcini.
    06/10/2002
  • Book by a Booklover
    The buyer was Shaye Areheart at Crown, just named to head Harmony Books, and the agent was Sarah Burnes at Burnes & Clegg, who said of the book, it's "part memoir, part parenting, part inspiration—and wholly Carl."
    10/07/2002

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