- Rights Report: Week of September 20, 2021
Marisa DiNovis at Knopf has acquired world rights to The Wishing Flower by A.J.
- China Unbound: A New World Disorder
Doggedly reported and fiercely argued, this cri de coeur offers essential insight into Beijing’s “aims and activites.
- This Week's Bestsellers: September 20, 2021
.” #6 Hardcover FictionRead with Jenna Beautiful Country by Qian Julie Wang PW said: “Civil rights lawyer Wang recounts her years growing up as an undocumented immigrant....
- Publishers Need to Think Digital First
OpenRoad Media takes a step back from this and drives rights acquisition based on the preferences of readers on their mailing lists.
- The Resurrected Women of Maud Casey's Fourth Novel
According to the report, 254 women died that year due to insanity.
- UTA Publishing Builds Its Client List
- Beijing Book Fair 2021 Gets Back on Track
About 600 overseas publishing companies participated via the Smart BIBF digital platform, which offers a compendium of services such as Smart Assistant (where on-site assistants presented titles on behalf of the exhibitors), Smart Live (with virtual booths on computers), Smart Books (for a collective
- Rights Report: Week of September 13, 2021
Liza Fleissig at Liza Royce Agency represented the author and the illustrator for world rights.
- The Loneliest Americans
But his story is secondary to a larger cultural interrogation, as he deconstructs the “blinkered optimism” of the Asian immigrants who came to America after the passing of 1965’s Hart-Celler Act, and scrutinizes the reddit thread MRAZNs (Men’s Rights Activist Azns).
- In the Camps: China's High-Tech Penal Colony
Byler also offers a damning study of the links between Silicon Valley and Chinese companies “tied to egregious human rights abuses.”
- Rights Report: Week of September 6, 2021
Publication is scheduled for fall 2023; Jim McCarthy at Dystel, Goderich & Bourret negotiated the deal for world rights.
- Children's Institute 9: Booksellers Share Knowledge at Roundtables
A third session focused on ways that community engagement can benefit bookstores through partnerships and promotions that may not boost sales right away, but help in the long term.
- Remembering 9/11
If I remember right, he knew people who worked in the towers.In the weeks afterwards, I kept commuting via PATH through the area south of 14th Street that was closed to traffic.
- Literary Agents Assess the Middle Grade Landscape
And Derrick Barnes’s forthcoming graphic novel, Victory Stand, tells the story of civil rights and sports activist Tommie Smith.”Peter Knapp, agent at Park & Fine Literary and Media, has noticed “a lot more middle grade with queer stories where the character’s queer identity isn’t the point of
- We Need to Fix How We Teach Slavery in Textbooks
The commissioner’s report includes four points for addressing and eliminating “current racially inspired human rights violations, systemic racism, police brutality and violence against peaceful protests”; one of the four points is “REDRESS: Confront past legacies, take special measures, and deliver reparatory