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*A Reminder of the Dark History of Booker In Guyana (NYT)
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Offered by: Macmillan Children's Publishing Group (New York, NY)  |  Posted: Today
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Fiction: Debut: 70-year-old Anne Youngson's MEET ME AT THE MUSEUM, an epistolary novel pitched as in the vein of 84, CHARING CROSS ROAD and THE UNLIKELY PILGRIMAGE OF HAROLD FRY, about a farmer's wife who begins writing letters to a museum curator and, as he writes back, gradually opens herself up to happiness and love again, to Caroline Bleeke at Flatiron Books, at auction, by Sally Wofford-Girand at Union Literary (US). Rights previously sold to Jane Lawson at Doubleday UK, in a preempt, by Judith Murray at Greene & Heaton; Denoel in France; Harper Germany; Bazar in Norway; Czarna Owca in Poland; Maeva in Spain; and Etta in Sweden.
*Mar del Plata  by Claudio Fava
Offered by: Trude Kolaas Ciarletta (Immaterial Agents)  |  Posted: Today
*The Singer/Songwriter's Pocket Marketing Guide  by Paul Spencer Alexander
Offered by: Donna Eastman (Parkeast Literary Agency)  |  Posted: Yesterday
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