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Agent, Gina Maccoby.
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Waxman Leavell agent Rachel Vogel handled the world-rights sale.
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\t \tOnce she finished writing Hold Still at age 22, LaCour didn't have to wait long to find an agent to represent it.
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While Kampmann said Beaufort was really put on the map—and in authors' and agents' minds—when it published O.J.
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Vicki Crumpton of Revell was honored as Editor of the Year; Chip MacGregor of MacGregor Literary was named Agent of the Year.
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Greenburger Associates was the agent.
- Deals: Week of April 30, 2012
Markson Thoma agent Eleanor Jackson represented Hauser, selling world English rights in the deal.
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Alex Postman took world rights from agent Lydia Wills, of the Lydia Wills Agency; the first book is called Eat Drink Vote: Food Politics in Cartoons, and the second, Soda: Corporate Profits Versus Public Health.
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However, as one agent pointed out, it's not a fair breakdown when the publisher's take is scrutinized.
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The Briefing Agent Andrew Blauner has sold a memoir by Meredith Hall titled Without a Map to Beacon Press's Helene Atwan.
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Agent Jenny Meyer is handling foreign rights.
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Agent Josh Adams, of Adams Literary, brokered the deal.
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Agent Jenny Bent, who has an eponymous shingle, represented Crawford, overseeing a seven-round, seven-bidder auction for the work.