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Books in the News
I Have Been Buried Under Years of Dust
by Emily Grodin and Valerie Gilpeer
(Washington Post)
Leonora in the Morning Light
by Michaela Carter
(Lithub)
The Sympathizer
by Viet Thanh Nguyen
(Lithub)
Pachinko
by Min Jin Lee
(NY Times)
Headlines from the Automat
Diana Gabaldon Has Finished the Manuscript for Her Ninth Outlander Book, "Go Tell the Bees That I Am Gone" (Twitter announcement)
Crown Reportedly Paid Over $4 Million for Andrew Cuomo's Book (NYT)
McGraw Hill Started Charging Freelancers 2.2% Fee to Pay Their Invoices (In These Times)
Scholastic and Dav Pilkey Withdraw 2010 "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk" Because It "Perpetuates Passive Racism" (Press Release)
Richard Wright's Native Son and Black Boy Were Significantly Redacted Due to BOMC; Harper Rejected His Novel The Man Who Lived Underground (Oprah Daily)
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Today’s Deal
Actor, stand-up comic, and self-confessed 'foodie,' Dan Ahdoot's LOST SOLE, a humorous food memoir following his culinary obsessions and what they say about him, from his first foray in hunting, just off the Long Island Expressway, to his grandmother's magical food being his only tactile connection to his homeland Iran, to jetting off to Italy to dine at the world's best restaurant, only to send the risotto back, to Madhulika Sikka at Crown, by Liz Parker at Verve Talent & Literary (NA).
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This week's most visited pages
Agents
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Suzie Townsend (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc)
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Alexandra Machinist (ICM Partners)
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John Cusick (Folio Literary Management / Folio Jr)
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Susan Schulman (Susan Schulman Literary Agency LLC)
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Samantha Wekstein (Thompson Literary Agency)
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Margaret Sutherland Brown (Folio Literary Management)
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Joanna Volpe (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc.)
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Erin Harris (Folio Literary Management)
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Isabel Kaufman (Fox Literary, LLC)
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Hillary Jacobson (ICM Partners)
Writers & Independents
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Katie Herman (editorial services; Katie Herman Editorial)
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Lisa Rojany (editorial services, editor; Editorial Services of Los Angeles)
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Adam Marsh (editorial services, editor; Adam Marsh Editorial Services)
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James Morgan (editorial services, editor, author, writer)
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Heather Lazare (editorial services, consultant)
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John Ballard (writer)
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Along The River (by Ric Marion)
19.
Andrea Barilla (editorial services, editor; Andrea Barilla Editing and Writing Services)
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Evelyn Duffy (editorial services, book and proposal coach; Open Boat Editing)
Others
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Timothy Mennel (editor; University of Chicago Press)
12.
Kisa Whipkey (publisher; REUTS Publications)
13.
Julia Abramoff (publisher; Apollo Publishers)
14.
Jane Friedman (consultant, editor; Jane Friedman Media LLC)
15.
CAKE Literary (packager; CAKE Literary)
16.
Robert Peterson (publisher, editor; California Coldblood Books)
17.
Radius Book Group (publisher; Radius Book Group)
18.
Jill Corcoran (director, licensed publishing; Smithsonian)
19.
Nancy Cleary (publisher; Wyatt-MacKenzie Publishing)
20.
Marissa DeCuir (publicity/marketing; Books Forward, a JKS Communications company)
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