- How Gator Says Good-Bye!
Agent: Abigail Samoun, Red Fox Literary.
- Job Moves: February 22, 2011
Michael Harriot has also been named an agent at Folio; he was previously at Sanford Greenburger.
- Mom's the Word
Agent: Jodie Hodges, United Agents.
- My Silent War: The Autobiography of a Spy
Philby became a communist and Soviet agent in the 1930s, then easily joined MI6 and rose to be head of British Counterintelligence before seeking asylum in Moscow in 1963 (where he lived until his death in 1988).
- The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch
Author’s agent: Erin Murphy, Erin Murphy Literary Agency.
Agent: Steven Malk, Writer House.
- Springtime Baby
Illustrator’s agent: Rachel Orr, Prospect Agency.
- Religion Update: Academic Publishing 2009
To provide a detailed picture of the state of academic publishing in what has been a challenging year, PW assembled multiple voices at four “round tables” for editors, marketing execs, reference editors and agents.
- Diggs Joins Literary Agency
Diggs told PW that she was "starting fresh" as an agent, and was looking to bring in authors that will appeal to a multicultural audience.
- Ghost in the House
Illustrator’s agent: Shannon Associates.
- More on Sheedy Departure from SLL
After filing a lawsuit against Sterling Lord Literistic seeking at least $128,000, agent Charlotte Sheedy has established new contact information.
- Heartwood Hotel, Book 1 a True Home
Illustrator’s agent: Steven Malk, Writers House.
- Kid Biz: How to Help Your Child Succeed in Show Business
In 1983, talent agent Carson and TV host Fawcett developed a combination seminar and workshop to give parents instructions from show business professionals on finding work for children in commercials, films, television and theater.
- The Eighth Menorah
Illustrator’s agent: the Bright Agency.
- A Lucky Author Has a Dog
Illustrator’s agent: Robin Rue, Writers House.