- The Bad News on Oil
Horgan bought world rights from agent Al Zuckerman at Writers House.
- Job Moves: January 4, 2013
\tWilliam Boggess has joined Barer Literary, LLC as an agent.
- Amazon Publishing Speeds Up Royalty Payments
\t \tMost publishers tend to pay their authors on a six-month cycle, which is something authors and agents have long complained about.
- Latin Fiesta at FSG
Two separate editors at Farrar, Straus & Giroux signed books by Latin authors recently from the same New York agent, Thomas Colchie.
- Inside an L.A. Street Gang
Pearlman, author of Infidelity, established a close rapport with Simpson that shows in the book, say both editor and agent.
- Writers House Signs with Argo Navis
Under the Argo Navis arrangement the author is the publisher of his or her titles and the agent is the liaison to Argo Navis.
- PB on Thriller Binge
She bought world rights, with an audio option, from agents Damaris Rowland and Steve Axelrod.
- Short Takes
Freimuth beat out four other publishers in an auction conducted by agent Victoria Sanders.
- Tom Paine Revisited
It was a six-figure deal signed with agent Stuart Krichevsky, with U.K. rights being handled by A.P.
- Job Moves: May 16, 2014
She was previously senior agent, Random House Speakers Bureau.
- Obituary: Jack Scovil
Jack Scovil, a literary agent for more than 40 years, died February 23.
- New Book by 'Paris 1919' Author
DeMenil bought U.S. rights from agent Emma Parry at Carlisle & Company, acting for the author's London agent, Caroline Dawney at Peters Fraser & Dunlop, who controls world rights.
- Six Figures for Kids' Book at RH
The sale was made by rights director—turned—agent Nancy Gallt, who first heard about the book, Norbert No-Bottle, at Frankfurt last fall, when U.K. agent Clare Conville sold U.K. rights to Harper.
- Hot Pursuit of Author
Editor and agent were both so gratified that they called "Deals" separately to stress their enthusiasm about the new relationship.
- 'Rain' Falls to Putnam
The book stars a Japanese-American assassin, John Rain, who becomes the target of government agents after one of his jobs is completed.