- Rights Report: Week of November 9, 2020
Publication is slated for fall 2021; Nicole Resciniti at the Seymour Agency did the deal for world rights.
- Book Deals: Week of November 9, 2020
Danielle Egan-Miller at Browne & Miller Literary Associates represented Krueger.NPR Reporter’s ‘Lost Year’ Goes to PublicAffairsFor PublicAffairs, Ben Adams took world English rights to Anya Kamenetz’s The Lost Year.
- At Algonquin, a Decade of Change Reflected in One Book
Created by former CNN and Washington Post reporter Masuma Ahuja, the book is the result of many hours of careful curation.
- How Islamophobia Poisons American Values
It has grown to nearly 2,000 media-documented reports whose subjects range from physical attacks on Muslims to assaults on their dignity and their right to space in the public square.
- Books of Wonder Moves to New Location in NYC
That is where we are right now.
- Rights Report: Week of November 2, 2020
Lynne Polvino at Clarion has bought world rights to Right Now!
- Book Deals: Week of November 2, 2020
Headlee is a longtime journalist and current cohost of PBS’s Retro Report.
- Rights Report: Week of October 26, 2020
Anna Roberto at Feiwel and Friends has bought world rights to Why?
- An International View of the Frankfurt Book Fair
She reported having 60 virtual meetings in all in the week of Frankfurt.
- Virtual Publisher Summit: Libraries Survey the Digital Landscape
According to the latest B&T survey work, Crawford reported that 53% of respondents are expecting or have been given a budget reduction; 25% of those that responded are expecting no impact and 22% are unsure.
- 'Faction,' Finesse, and Advice for Young Writers: A BookFest @ Bank Street Panel
“I was asked to write a book about lynching for children,” Nelson reported.
- Rollout of Boxed Out Campaign Questioned at GLIBA Meeting
“The agency strategically chose stores based on all kinds of factors, whether reporters lived in their neighborhoods,” she said.
- Rights Report: Week of October 19, 2020
Literary brokered the deal for world English rights.
- Frankfurt's Boos Says Physical Fairs Cannot Be Replaced
The fair organizers report that 200,000 people used buchmesse.de, the fair's primary website, and the fair's public-facing Bookfest -- which saw a wide range of talks from authors, including Ibram X.
- Post-Pandemic Comics: IDW’s New Publisher Looks Ahead
It’s not abnormal for us to see retailers like Amazon towards the top of our monthly reports, but the demand has been somewhat unprecedented this year.