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There are 308 active rights openings.
ONE STRIKE FROM GLORY by Erik Sherman
posted Oct. 17, 2018
Offered by:
Robert Wilson (Wilson Media)
 
Non-fiction: Sports  |  If ever a team in baseball history is befitting a Shakespearean tragedy it is the 1986 Boston Red Sox.  more ...
Available rights:
All except film/TV.
THERE'S NO CRYING IN BASEBALL by Keri Claiborne Boyle
posted Oct. 17, 2018
Offered by:
Robert Wilson (Wilson Media)
 
Non-fiction: General/Other  |  Keri Claiborne Boyle's There's No Crying in Baseball: Growing Up in America's Pastime tells the story of her father's career in Major League Baseball in the 1970's—and how it shaped her family.  more ...
Available rights:
All except film/TV.
COBRA by Dave Parker with Dave Jordan
posted Oct. 17, 2018
Offered by:
Robert Wilson (Wilson Media)
 
Non-fiction: General/Other  |  Former baseball star Dave Parker's memoir. "Cobra: Pops, Pete and the Schoolteacher Who Coached Me Through Baseball and Life" has two supporting themes that run through the book: Dave's experience as an  more ...
Available rights:
All rights except film/TV.
The slingshot by Michal Vrba
posted Oct. 15, 2018
Offered by:
Veronika Chaloupkova (Argo Publishers)
 
Digital: Fiction: Debut  |  The psychological novel The Slingshot, set in the period of the German occupation, narrates the tale of a journalist who sold himself to the Nazi powers and subsequently decided to compensate for  more ...
Available rights:
All territories
posted Oct. 15, 2018
Offered by:
Lauren Diethelm (Brown Paper Press)
 
Non-fiction: Memoir  |  Garrard Conley, author of BOY ERASED: A MEMOIR says THE INHERITANCE OF SHAME IS a "necessary, incredibly nuanced portrait of a survivor... 'The Inheritance of Shame' will change lives." Author Peter Gajdics  more ...
Available rights:
Film/TV, Foreign, Translation, Audio
Offered by:
Brianna Wolfson (Stripe Press)
 
Non-fiction: General/Other  |  Growth is good. Through history, economic growth, in particular, has alleviated human misery, improved human happiness and opportunity, and lengthened human lives.  more ...
Offered by:
Lauren Diethelm (Brown Paper Press)
 
Non-fiction: General/Other  |  A step-by-step guide to raising confident, open-minded, tolerant kids A rapidly growing demographic cohort in America, non-religious and progressively religious parents are at the forefront of a major and unprecedented cultural shift.  more ...
Available rights:
Foreign, Translation, Film/TV
posted Oct. 12, 2018
Offered by:
Robert Peterson (California Coldblood Books)
 
Digital: Young Adult  |  Buffy's your typical cosplaying, retro-gaming, con-going geek girl, but as her high school graduation approaches, she finds she has an unwelcome guest in her mind: the text parser.  more ...
Available rights:
Film, TV, audiobook, foreign, translation
Cobain's Disciples by Miroslav Pech
posted Oct. 3, 2018
Offered by:
Veronika Chaloupkova (Argo Publishers)
 
Fiction: General/Other  |  The novel Cobain's Disciples by the young author Miroslav Pech is a novel about a "lost generation for the 21st century." In four parts it describes early childhood, school years, puberty and  more ...
Available rights:
All territories
BROTHER IN SOUL by David Diop
posted Oct. 2, 2018
Offered by:
Magalie Delobelle (SO FAR SO GOOD Agency)
 
Fiction: General/Other  |  French novel detailing the gradual drift into madness of a member of the Senegalese infantry within the French Army during World War I  more ...
Offered by:
Robert Mackwood (Seventh Avenue Literary Agency)
 
Non-fiction: Reference  |  A Compendium of Invisible History is a catalog of missing information in the United States.  more ...
Available rights:
World
posted Sept. 25, 2018
Offered by:
Valeria Zito (Giulio Einaudi editore)
 
Non-fiction: Memoir  |  It is the story of a young man's depression; or better, it is the story of a young man who stares his illness in the eyes, in order to understand as much  more ...
Available rights:
World
Proletkult by Wu Ming
posted Sept. 25, 2018
Offered by:
Valeria Zito (Giulio Einaudi editore)
 
Fiction: General/Other  |  A fantastic adventure with the "twenty years which shook the world" as a backdrop: from the dress rehearsals of the revolution to the early 1900s, to the final showdown between Stalin and  more ...
Available rights:
World, with exception of World Spanish and Catalan rights
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
SHARLENE MARTIN (Martin Literary & Media Management)
 
Television rights  |  The definitive account of Bill Cosby's transition from revered father figure to convicted criminal, told by a veteran crime reporter and senior writer for People magazine Bill Cosby's decades-long career as a  more ...
Available rights:
Scripted rights for dramatic television limited series
Diversionary Fires by Rodney Ross
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: General/Other  |  Tara Atwater holds the right combination of numbers to the record-breaking state lottery.  more ...
Available rights:
All
A Fine Day for Flying by Ellen von der Heyden
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: General/Other  |  Late in World War II, Mac, a RAF pilot, is shot down in Germany.  more ...
Available rights:
All
Leonard Hardy's Misfortune by Paul W. Feenstra
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Mystery/Crime  |  A searing, emotional, Victorian mystery written in a similar vein to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's famous works, and set in Wellington, NZ, in 1880.  more ...
Available rights:
All
A Most Lovely Enigma by Rex Ewing
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Inspirational  |  Jack is searching for himself, but nothing in his vivid writer's mind can prepare him for what he finds along the way.  more ...
Available rights:
All
Utah 238 by Rick Stinchfield
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Mystery/Crime  |  Something very bad is happening on a ranch in central Utah. First, the irrigation system on the Heber family ranch is sabotaged; soil samples appear to have been taken; then holes are  more ...
Available rights:
All
Vision Quest by James Bastian
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy  |  After participating in a sensory deprivation experiment as part of her college studies, Willa develops symptoms of xenoglossy, including the inexplicable ability to fluently speak and read French, with visions and memories  more ...
Available rights:
All
WorldWind by Brett Schneider
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Children's: Young Adult Fiction  |  Z (Zuma) Alexander is a troubled sixteen-year-old growing up on the left coast of Los Angeles.  more ...
Available rights:
All
Memory Wars by Brett Schneider
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy  |  Meet Vic Dunham, a crotchety old Alzheimer's patent in a care facility.  more ...
Available rights:
All
Silver or Lead by Benny Kjaer
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Thriller  |  Led by charismatic lawyer, Avilar, the major Mexican cartels are attempting to consolidate into a global crime organization.  more ...
Available rights:
All
The Girl from Sarajevo by Benny Kjaer
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Fiction: Thriller  |  Bosnia, 1994, and a war is raging. No other countries care to get involved and the UN peacekeeping force repeatedly has their much-needed food and medical supplies stolen by both sides.  more ...
Available rights:
All
Bloody Jayne Barton by Dan Mayer
posted Sept. 24, 2018
Offered by:
Mira Perrizo (Word Link Literary)
 
Children's: Young Adult Fiction  |  On a tiny island near a forgotten coast, a father teaches his only daughter three things: how to fish, a mariner's rigid code of honor, and the art of swordplay.  more ...
Available rights:
All
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