- The Augmented Agent and Other Stories
In the early '70s Tiptree (the pseudonym of clinical psychologist Alice B.
- Churchill's Secret Agent
Based on Max Ciampoli's own experiences, this novel tells the astounding story of a 17-year-old Frenchman taken in by Winston Churchill in the first days of WWII.
- Double Agent: The Critic and Society
Dickstein ( Gates of Eden ) here collects his essays, lectures and reviews in a look at ``socially oriented'' criticism and cultural studies ranging from the 19th century to today.
- Literary Agents: The Novelist as Spy
Masters's account of the secret-service experiences of 13 writers (all British except for E.
- Bijur to Head Agent Group
Vicky Bijur has been named president of the Association of Authors' Representatives for 1999-2000, succeeding Jean Naggar.
- Autumn Bones: Agent of Hel
The second installment of Carey’s suburban fantasy series (after Dark Currents) can’t quite decide whether it’s supernatural chick lit, magical smalltown slice-of-life drama, or a lighthearted cozy mystery, but Carey’s ability to create a diverse, enjoyable cast of characters in a setting that feels nat
- Mr. Bazalgette's Agent
As scholar Mike Ashley notes in his introduction, this reissue of Merrick’s first novel, originally published in 1888, is “almost certainly the first ever British novel to feature a professional female detective.”
- Twitter Events Connect Agents and Writers
“I knew other agents in the same boat.
- Hachette Launches Author & Agent Portal
Hachette Book Group has launched an author and agent portal, a new channel within the company's business platform, hachettebookgroup.biz.The portal will provide self-service, updated information for agents and authors, including confidential sales data, for all titles published by HBG.
- Fear Agent: Whiskey & Space Cowboys
Although rumors of a Fear Agent movie abound, Remender said he can offer no further details "without being murdered by a dozen different people."
- Villard Editor Bites Apple's Agent
\t\t"Half of my list of projects I was pursuing didn't have agents attached," former Villard division v-p and executive editor Craig Nelson told PW.
- Editor Finds Agent, Buys Book
In an unusual twist, HarperCollins executive editor Dan Conaway found an agent for a Canadian author living in New York (whose book has just become a Canadian bestseller), then bought her book from the agent.
- #DVPit Connects Agents and Diverse Authors
WNDB has had, agents say, an extraordinary impact upon the steady growth in the number of diverse books being published.
- NO BACKUP: A Female Agent's Life in the FBI
Early in her career she was advised to avoid the company of other female agents and to work only with all-male squads.
- Xlibris Backtracks on Agent Referral Plan
The agents in turn would have received a percentage of the fee paid to Xlibris for its services.