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  • O.J. Book Woes
    -based Renaissance Agency agent Alan Nevins, he was informed by agent Lucianne Goldberg that she wanted to be paid a commission as well.
    04/28/1997
  • Short Takes
    Two new agents have joined Jane Dystel Literary Management: Nancy Stender, who has been a buyer at Borders and was most recently at Sanford Greenburger; and Jonas Paterno, a former lawyer whose first agenting job this is....
    04/16/2001
  • Short Takes
    Wolff bought world English rights from agent James Levine and will publish in spring next year....
    07/01/2002
  • Short Takes
    Reverand bought world rights from agent Joy Harris....
    11/17/2003
  • Short Takes
    The deal was put together by William Morris's Bill Contardi on behalf of literary agent Nicole Aragi at Watkins Loomis....
    08/06/2001
  • Short Takes
    The agent was Elizabeth Sheinkman at Elaine Markson....
    01/20/2003
  • Rugged Land's Coyne Joins Endeavor
    “I wish I was the agent on that one,” Coyne said.
    09/03/2007
  • Durham Named Amazon Publishing Publisher
    In addition, one agent noted that despite Kirshbaum’s ties to agents, the publishing group could be difficult to deal with.
    10/25/2013
  • Short Takes
    A Is for Abigail Adams is an alphabet book about the role of women in American history, and was signed with agent Bob Barnett.
    09/30/2002
  • Short Takes
    In an unusual move, a British agent sold a first novel direct to Diane Higgins at St.
    06/10/2002
  • Short Takes
    Agent Barbara Braun retains foreign and movie rights....
    04/19/2004
  • Move Over, Ophelia
    William Pollock, represented by agents Lane Zachary and Todd Shuster of the Zachary Shuster Agency.
    07/31/1997
  • Short Takes
    Agent Georges Borchardt reports strong foreign sales for two books much in the news as a result of recent events: Five Days in London: May 1940 by John Lukacs and The Clash of Civilizations by Samuel Huntington....
    10/01/2001
  • Short Takes
    She beat two other bidders to take North American rights to The Rug Merchant by New Mexico—based author Meg Mullins from agent Molly Friedrich at Aaron Priest....
    12/06/2004
  • Short Takes
    Court bought world rights, plus first serial and audio, from agent Marly Rusoff for publication early in 2004....
    09/23/2002

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