- Grub Street Student Lands Two-Book Deal
She was represented by Alice Tasman of the Jean Naggar Literary Agency, whom she met at Grub Street’s annual Muse and the Marketplace Conference, where students submit excerpts of their manuscripts to agents.
- Galley Talk: 'The Accident' by Chris Pavone
Literary agent Isabel Reed has just read the last page of an astonishing manuscript by an anonymous author; as an old hand in the publishing industry, she knows just how explosive this exposé of a longtime media giant, and of the CIA, is going to be As we hurtle through a singl
- Auction for Dolley Madison
It was agent Christy Fletcher at Carlisle & Company who made the sale; Harper and Morrow were underbidders.
- Fund-raiser Set for Sept. 25
Martin's Press, in collaboration with agents Barbara Lowenstein and Madeleine Morel.
- Job Moves: October 5, 2010
Martin Literary Management has hired Kate Folkers as adult fiction literary agent.
- Job Moves: November 28, 2012
\tSamantha Dighton has joined D4EO Literary Agency as an agent, based in Washington, D.C.
- Job Moves: September 18, 2013
\tWilliam Callahan has rejoined InkWell Management as an agent.
- Rogers Wins LBF Acheivement Award
Literary agent Deborah Rogers has been named the winner of the London Book Fair's 11th annual Lifetime Achievement Award in International Publishing.
- A Peek at the May 24 'PW'
Agents react to the J.A.
- Job Moves: November 20, 2013
\tMark Chimsky has launched his own editorial consulting business, Mark Chimsky Editorial Services Unlimited, in which he'll be working with authors, agents, and publishers.
- Job Moves: February 11, 2014
Allison Hunter and Lauren Smythe have been promoted to agents at InkWell Management.
- Job Moves: April 2, 2012
Additionally, MacGregor has named Erin Buterbaugh as a literary agent.
- Job Moves: July 15, 2013
Before joining the agency and being admitted to the New York Bar, she was a nonfiction editor and foreign rights agent at Seven Stories Press.
- FRANKFURT '99: A Fair for Handselling Rights
No big league publisher or agent dares to miss it.
- Children’s Writers Who Wear Multiple Hats
“My agenting always comes first,” he says.