- Fifty Shades Gets Repped by Caroline Mickler Ltd.
Caroline Mickler Limited has been appointed master licensing agent for Fifty Shades of Grey, making it responsible for building the program in the U.K. and working with the brand owner to appoint agents for territories worldwide.
- Foreign Buyers for Teenager's Book
Fountain has been agenting in Paris for 15 years, having moved there from San Francisco; she began with smaller publishers and agents lacking a French connection, and moved into the big leagues by recently taking on the children's list of Ed Victor.
Soon, he's paired with an ex-CIA agent who is also being hunted by unknown but evidently nefarious agents, and the two must find a way to vindicate and protect themselves.
- Daughter of War: A Pike Logan Thriller
Agent: John Talbot, Talbot Fortune.
- Castillo Comes to Writers House
Johanna Castillo is returning to her roots, leaving her editorial job for a post as a literary agent.
- Short Takes
Talese has only U.S. rights, and U.K. agent Deborah Rogers has already sold it to Cape in London....
The murder of a fellow agent in the White House is made to look like a suicide.
- Weekends with Max and His Dad
Illustrator’s agent: Justin Rucker, Shannon Associates.
- Nonfiction Notes
Reiss's advice is wholly pragmatic, whether it's how to create a marketing plan to convince an agent that your book will sell or "good places to cruise" to meet agents in person.
- The Doublecross: (And Other Skills I Learned as a Superspy)
Agent: Josh Adams, Adams Literary.
- ASSASSINATION DAY: A Peter Ashton Novel
Agent, Phyllis Westberg.
- The Real 'Maguire'
Michael Jordan's agent, David Falk, has been shopping around an Art of the Deal-type book and is asking for at least $1 million.
Bishop, who always knows more than he shares with his agents, already has an agent near Jacoby's suspected Tennessee mountain hideout when Haven dispatches agent Luther Brinkman to the area.
- A Dangerous Fiction: A Mystery
Agent: Gail Hochman, Brandt and Hochman Literary Agents.
Agent: Eileen Fallon, Fallon Literary Agency.