A new literary agent (with this spotlight featuring Amy Brewer of Metamorphosis Literary Agency) is a golden opportunity for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Amy Brewer of Metamorphosis Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
The spy agency has published “Studies in Intelligence,” a mix of literary criticism, analysis, and derring-do, since 1955.
Q: This sentence is on a literary agency website: “We offer our clients unusually meaningful editorial guidance and inspiration, and serve as their advocate throughout the publishing process.” Shouldn’t “we” take the plural “advocates”?...Show More Summary
Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware I've recently gotten a number of reports about a literary agent with a major agency who is offering representation with a "handshake" deal: representation based on a verbal commitment, rather...Show More Summary
Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Rachel Horowitz of The Bent Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. About Rachel:...Show More Summary
EXCLUSIVE: Core PR co-founder Chris Rossi and MLC PR founder Mona Loring have teamed to launch Status PR, a new public relations agency that will focus on personal publicity, events, music, literary, lifestyle PR and image management. Show More Summary
Christopher Rhodes began his literary career as a teenager, working at bookstores in New Hampshire and then in New York City, where he landed a job at Borders’ flagship location in the World Trade Center. Three years later, Rhodes migrated...Show More Summary
Bradley Glenn, literary agent at the Kaplan Stahler Agency, left earlier this week and has been setting up meetings with other agencies. At KSA, Glenn was listed as head of the literary department and represented mostly directors. The circumstances surrounding Glenn’s exit are unclear. Show More Summary
On the heels of being dropped by talent agency UTA, as we reported Wednesday, now Bill O’Reilly has also been dropped by his literary agency, William Morris, the AP reports. The report quotes an announcement today from William Morris Entertainment...
Bill O'Reilly's literary agency announced it will no longer be working with him. The announcement follows a New York Times report that said O'Reilly paid $32 million to his former Fox News co-host in a sexual harassment settlement. On...Show More Summary
Bill O'Reilly has been dropped by his literary agency. “We no longer represent Bill O'Reilly for future deals,” William Morris Entertainment announced Thursday. “It is our fiduciary responsibility to service the existing deals we have under contract, but we will not be working with him moving forward.”...
One of the things I am most grateful for in my post-writing-life adventure of running a small but busy literary PR agency is the wonderfully talented team that makes it all possible. Their creativity, insights, storytelling acumen and dedication are a gift to all those who work with them. Today I’m filled with pride and gratitude as […]
Literary agent Alexander Field is open to queries! He is seeking memoir, biography, Christian spirituality, literary fiction, science fiction and fantasy, and more. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Alexander Field of The Bindery Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
Senior Publicist Sara Wigal shares her experience in publishing, from working at a literary agency as an intern, editing at a magazine, and now creating creative plans for authors in the form of publicity. The post So, You Want to Work in Publishing: The Role of a Publicist appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
Literary agent Meg LaTorre-Snyder is open to queries! She is looking for fantasy, historical fiction, romance, space opera, steam punk, and thrillers in young adult, new adult, and adult categories. The post New Literary Agent Alert: Meg LaTorre-Snyder of Covisiero Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
Literary agent Caroline Eisenmann of the Frances Goldin Literary Agency is open to queries! She is seeking upmarket and literary fiction, as well as a variety of nonfiction. The post Agent Spotlight: Caroline Eisenmann of the Frances Goldin Literary Agency appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
Premier talent and literary agency UTA has a special booth at the Seattle Art Fair festival kicking off today, which features a variety of artwork that is highlighted by two never-before-seen paintings by the late Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain. Reflecting the legendary musician’s music blended with skeletal figures, dark iconography and melting across — the […]
Digital magician and prankster Julius Dein has been announced as the first influencer signing out of UTA’s London offices. The global talent and literary agency already reps bold-faced creators like Shane Dawson, Kandee Johnson, and Joey Graceffa. Show More Summary
Reminder: This agent spotlight features Stephanie Hansen, owner of Metamorphosis Literary Agency. Remember, newer agents are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is likely building his or her client list. About Stephanie: Stephanie represents debut to New York Times bestselling authors. Show More Summary
Verve has taken the wraps off Verve Communications, a new division of the growing literary agency that will be run by Sarah Shulman. Shulman came aboard this week after spending the past five years at ICM Partners, where she was a manager...Show More Summary