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*HBO to Air Documentary Based on Lawrence Wright's Scientology Expose "Going Clear" In 2015 (With the Help of "Probably 160 Lawyers") (THR)
*A New PEN Award Supports Unpublished Nonfiction On A Global or Multicultural Issue (PEN.org)
*Always the Silliest of Longlists: 142 Books Nominated for the IMPAC Award (Awards site)
*With Mixed Reviews, Mockingjay - Part 1 Movie Still Draws $123 Million Opening (The Lowest So Far for the Series) (Variety)
*The Strand Persists -- Mostly Thanks to Buying Their Building in 1996 (NY Magazine)
*Matthew McConaughey Likely to Star In Four-Part Film Version of Stephen King's The Stand (Guardian)
*Barnes & Noble Stocks Up On 500,000 Signed Books to Draw Customers Into Stores (NYT)
*Price Is Lowered to Just $5.5 Million for Aspen's Explore Booksellers, Caught in Wyly Bankruptcy Fight (Aspen Times)
*Director, International Marketing & British Commonwealth Sales [Full Time]
Offered by: Penguin Random House (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Today
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Children's: NYT bestselling author and actor Chris Colfer's broad new multibook deal, comprising the fifth and final book in the LAND OF STORIES series; two original Land of Stories companion volumes, Queen Red Riding Hood's Guide to Royalty and The Mother Goose Diaries, to be published as a boxed set; a picture book featuring a Land of Stories fan favorite character, Trollbella; plus a YA novel about a young actor and the fans who join him on a once-in-a-lifetime cross-country road trip, a coming-of-age adventure of self-discovery, a look behind the scenes of television, and, ultimately, a story about the power of true friendship, again to Andrew Smith and Alvina Ling at Little, Brown Children's, by Rob Weisbach at Rob Weisbach Creative Management (world).
*We Need Diverse Books and Authors  by Richard Crasta
Offered by: Richard Crasta  |  Posted: Today
*Searching for Celia  by Elizabeth Ridley
Offered by: Elizabeth Ridley  |  Posted: Nov. 20
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Agents
11. Geri Thoma (Writers House)
12. Leigh Feldman (Leigh Feldman Literary)
13. BJ Robbins (BJ Robbins Literary Agency)
14. James Schiavone, Ed.D (Schiavone Literary Agency, Inc.)
15. Jonah Straus (Straus Literary)
16. Bob Diforio (D4EO Literary Agency)
17. Amy Rennert (The Amy Rennert Agency, Inc.)
18. Susan Schulman (Susan Schulman: A Literary Agency)
19. Alexandra Machinist (ICM Partners)
20. Holly Root (Waxman Leavell Literary Agency)
Writers & Independents
11. Gabrielle Hale (editorial services, publisher; Winedale Publishing)
12. CC Yager (writer, editorial services)
13. Renee Rosen (writer; What The Lady Wants)
14. J.T. Ellison (writer; Author)
15. Laura Golden Bellotti (writer, editor)
16. Angela Henry (writer; Kendra Clayton Mysteries)
17. Ross Browne (editorial services; The Editorial Department, LLC)
18. Michael Garrett (editorial services)
19. Carin Siegfried (editorial services; Carin Siegfried Editorial)
20. Lara Adrian (writer; NYT and #1 internationally bestselling author)
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11. StanzTheMan (by Stan Zales, Stanley Zalesny, S.R. Zales, S. R. zalesny)
12. The (Mis)Adventures Of An Aspiring Novelist (by Missye K. Clarke, Team Harmonic-Power & "The Antioxidants Explainer")
13. Rough Drafts and Raw Ideas (by Travis R Wallace, TravisWallace.com)
14. Ravings From The Writing Desk (by Gary Kriss)
15. Ex-Wife New Life (by Amy Koko)
16. Shades of Reality (by Joseph Nassise)
17. How to Get Published (the hard way) (by Steve Bevilacqua)
18. #GirlPolitics (by Rebecca Sive, www.rebeccasive.com)
19. NY Book Editors (by Natasa Lekic, NY Book Editors)
20. The Talcott House, A Gothic Romance (by Lucretia Bingham, Published by Keith Publications)
Others
6. David Wilk (services provider; Creative Management Partners)
7. Whitney Lee (foreign rights, agent; The Fielding Agency, LLC.)
8. Mel Parker (packager, agent; Mel Parker Books, LLC)
9. Jason Allen Ashlock (consultant, technology/e-publishing; The Frontier Project)
10. Wiley Saichek (publicity/marketing)
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