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  • PW Star Watch 2019 Finalists
    While attending SUNY–New Paltz, where she earned a BA in English and public relations, she interned in Bloomsbury’s marketing department, as well as for literary agent Brooks Sherman.
  • NYPL @ NYCC: Selected Panels
    Featured panelists include: Kat Cho (Wicked Fox), Zoraida Córdova (the Brooklyn Brujas series), Rebecca Roanhorse (the Sixth World series), Adam Silvera (More Happy Than Not), and agent DongWon Song.Comics and the Clinic: Comics and Mental Health in PracticeTrustees Room, 2:
  • ABA Condemns Amazon, Promises to Inform Feds
    "We apologize for this error; we value our relationship with authors, agents, and publishers, and regret the difficulties this has caused them and our fellow booksellers."
  • Children's Job Moves: August 2019
    Greenburger Associates as agent; she was previously associate agent at Janklow & Nesbit.Eddie Gamarra has joined Nickelodeon as v-p of studio development; he was formerly literary manager at The Gotham Group.Random House Children's Books has three new hires.
  • Bologna’s Moscow Debut to Seed New Fair
    /Italy); Patrizia Zerbi, publisher of Carthusia (Italy); Robyn Newton, agent at the Bright Agency (U.K.); Suzanne Carnell, publisher of Two Hoots, an imprint of Macmillan (U.K.); and Xiaoyan Huang, publisher of Everafter Books (China).
  • Frankfurt Updates Hall Plan, Adds Audiobook Focus
    The most important change this year is the fair's decision to move the Literary Agents & Scouts Centre (LitAg) from Hall 6 to the Festhalle, where it will reside at least through 2020.
  • Webtoon Builds An Audience for Webcomics
    But, he said, the deals represent “new revenue for the authors, agents, and publishers.”Though Webtoon does not offer print releases “right now,” Lee said that Webtoon supports authors who want to take their print rights elsewhere.
  • Nicholas Meyer Puts Sherlock Holmes on the Couch
    While Meyer was convinced he’d produced something worthy of being published, his agents, who declared that “Holmes was passé,” took a hard pass.Undaunted, Meyer traveled to New York City, and eventually garnered the attention of Juris Jurjevics.
  • This Week's Bestsellers: September 2, 2019
    It’s the ninth entry in her series starring Georgia Bureau of Investigation agent Will Trent; launch-week sales have been picking up with each installment.
  • The Power of a Rave Review
    “Several agents asked to see the manuscript, and within a week of sending it out, I had more than one offer of representation...I think the Critic’s Report might be what helped me finally garner the interest of agents,” Rubin said.
  • PWedu’s Christian Publishing Summit: How to Reach New Readers
    Other sessions include Lessons from a Faith-Based Publicist; Discoverability: Retail Strategies in a Time of Transition for Christian Publishing; A Marketer’s Lesson on How to Serve Diverse Audiences; and Lessons from Literary Agents in the Christian Sphere.
  • Bibliotheca Calls Out Amazon for Meddling in the Library E-book Market
    “If authors and agents are voicing concerns about library lending, where are they getting their data from?
  • Knowing Your Worth: Finding Value in Self-Publishing
    Authors must determine for themselves whether or not this is so before they shop their book to agents, editors, and publishers.
  • Jenny Slate's New Book Is a Box of Treats
    and “A psychic recently looked right into the eternal cosmos and then returned to me with this elegant yet cryptic message: Grow up,” you can get a sense of the deliciousness and originality of Little Weirds.And you will understand when her agent, Claudia Ballard of William Morris Endeavor,
  • Taking a Closer Look at the Hong Kong and China Printing Industry
    These answers will determine the extent of the migration and the long-term impact on the U.S. book industry and China’s print manufacturing.”Depression in the print segment, Currie says, will then exert an upstream disruption to paper mills and agents in Hong Kong and China.

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