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  • Kensington Unveils Two New Digital-First Imprints
    Together, Caress and Liaison will release a combined 50 titles this year.The new imprints, which will accept agented and un-agented proposals, will be directed by Kensington director of social media and digital sales Alexandra Nicolaijsen.
    10/05/2016
  • Octavia Butler: Graphic Novelist?
    If Writers House literary agent Merrilee Heifetz has her way, there soon will be graphic novel adaptations of the works of the late science fiction writer Octavia Butler.
    04/02/2007
  • Strothman Expanding Lit Agency
    O'Connell joins former Yale University Press director John Ryden, who has signed on with Strothman as an affiliate agent.
    05/24/2004
  • Short Takes
    Agent Richard Pine has moved former football star turned thriller writer Ace Atkins from St.
    03/12/2001
  • The Rice Mother for Penguin
    They paid well into six figures to London agent Darley Anderson for two books, as Hodder's Sue Fletcher had done at auction at the beginning of last month.
    11/19/2001
  • Disney Town Sparks (at Least) Two Books
    In a six-figure contract negotiated by agent Elyse Cheney, Ballantine executive editor Peter Borland acquired a proposed book on the topic by hotshot New York professor Andrew Ross, who's already been the subject of consumer magazine profiles and who plans to move down to the community soon.
    03/10/1997
  • Short Takes
    Turner bought world rights from agent Michael Hamilburg....
    07/07/2003
  • Short Takes
    It's called Blackface and is about a black family's effort to get reparations for a 1938 lynching; the sale was made by agent Jane Dystel.
    11/05/2001
  • More on New Lit Dev Studio, Wildcard Storymakers
    (Agents Tracey Adams and Josh Adams, at Adams Literary, will represent Wildcard's projects, while Paul Kohner's Stephen Moore will work as the firm's co-agents, representing projects for television and film.)
    08/23/2013
  • Big SMP Buy for 'New Pilcher'
    Pocket Books was also keen, so Dunne had to outbid in an auction held by agent Kathleen Anderson at Anderson Grinberg, acting for the Devon-based author's U.K. agent, Dinah Wiener.
    04/02/2001
  • London Book Fair 2012: Stalled Guillermo del Toro Middle Grade Series Re-emerges
    Agent Melissa Chinchillio, with Fetcher & Company, is handling foreign rights for the series at the book fair.
    04/17/2012
  • Children’s Lit Community Launches Auction to Help Refugees in Europe
    Authors, illustrators, agents, editors, and more are coming together to help raise money to support the refugee crisis in Europe.
    04/21/2016
  • Lineup for Guadalajara Book Fair Set
    More than 20,000 librarians, booksellers, distributors, editors, translators, illustrators, and agents are expected to attend this year.
    10/09/2015
  • Short Takes
    Basic's Jo Ann Miller bought a book by Washington Post columnist Abigail Trafford called My Time, about the period of life between upper middle age and old age; it was a low-six-figure buy from agent Gail Ross, for publication in fall 2003.
    02/18/2002
  • PW: Fear of High Floors
    Jones, who negotiated the deal with ICM agent Lisa Bankoff, plans a 1999 publication for the book.
    11/24/1997

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