Andrew Wylie

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Michael Hastings Novel Coming Next Summer - Posted October 4, 2013
Blue Rider Press will publish a novel by Michael Hastings, the great journalist who died in a car accident earlier this year. The Last Magazine will come out in summer 2014. Andrew Wylie... [GalleyCat]

Mark Halperin & John Heilemann to Reunite for Game Change 2012 - Posted December 14, 2012
Journalists Mark Halperin and John Heilemann will once again be teaming up on a new nonfiction project. Following the success of their 2010 title, Game Change... [GalleyCat]

Orhan Pamuk Inks Deal with ABRAMS - Posted April 12, 2012
Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk has landed a deal with ABRAMS for The Innocence of Objects. The book is slated for worldwide release in October 2012. Andrew Wylie of the Wylie Agency negotiated the deal with editor-in-chief Eric Himmel... [semanticweb.com]

Al Gore Inks Deal with Random House - Posted March 16, 2011
Former vice president Al Gore (pictured, via) has signed with Random House to publish a not-yet-titled book on "the political, social and economic forces that are shaping what America a... [GalleyCat]

Bob Dylan Reportedly Inks 6-Book Deal - Posted January 20, 2011
According to a Crain's New York report sourced by "several industry insiders," music legend Bob... [GalleyCat]

Salman Rushdie Inks Deal for Unfinished Memoir - Posted October 21, 2010
Novelist Salman Rushdie has sold his unfinished memoir to Random House worldwide. The publisher has acquired "hardcover, paperback, audio, and e-book rights for English- German-and Spanish-language editions" of the book about Rushdie's life, from his years in public school... [GalleyCat]

Evil Wylie Twitter Writer Gives Interview - Posted September 2, 2010
The satirical writer Evil Wylie granted his or her first interview to Independent Publisher. For weeks, the anonymous writer has posed as a fictional version of literary agent Andrew Wylie on Twitter. In the interview, ... [GalleyCat]

Penguin CEO Calms Outrage Over Amazon & Wylie Deal - Posted July 27, 2010
Responding to Andrew Wylie's exclusive eBook deal with Amazon, Penguin Group CEO John Makinson offered a calming point to all the outrage. At ... [GalleyCat]

Wylie Agency Forms New eBook Imprint - Posted July 22, 2010
The Wylie Agency decided to strike out on its own this week, publishing 20 eBooks through the literary agency's brand new Odyssey Editions imprint. These new books will be published exclusively through the Amazon Kindle Store, revealing why Andrew Wylie said eBo... [GalleyCat]

Andrew Wylie: eBook Deals 'Currently On Hold' - Posted June 28, 2010
In a long profile in the current issue of Harvard Magazine, agent Andrew Wylie revealed that eBook deals are "currently on hold across the board" at his famous agency, and cautioned publishers that he could ta... [GalleyCat]

Penguin Press Reportedly Paid $5 Million for "Game Change" Sequel - Posted March 26, 2010
TIME magazine's Mark Halperin (pictured, via) and New York's John Heilemann's b... [GalleyCat]

Playboy Snags First Serial Rights to Vladmir Nabokov Novel - Posted July 8, 2009
In a literary victory for the magazine we all read for the short stories, Playboy will publish 5,000-words of "The Original of Laura" by Vladmir Nabokov in December, one week before the novel hits bookstores. The ... [GalleyCat]

Vladimir Nabokov's Notecard Novel - Posted April 22, 2009
Penguin UK will publish Vladimir Nabokov's final, unfinished work, "The Original of Laura," while Knopf will handle the US version. The author left behind the novel on a series of 138 notecards, and ordered his family to destroy them when he died in 1977.The ha... [GalleyCat]

Andrew Wylie Creates a Stir in France - Posted March 12, 2007
In many ways, the French literary world operates in a very old-school manner. How else to explain that the vast majority of publishing deals are brokered directly between author and publisher? But the backlash against the roaring success of Jonathan Littell's LES BIENVILLIANTES was in part due to the book's representation... [GalleyCat]

Ed Victor Still the Man in Britain - Posted March 12, 2007
Keeping up today's agent theme, the Observer's Stephanie Merritt profiles Ed Victor, who may be Andrew Wylie's mirror twin or at least his equal in terms of longstanding, reputation and dealmaking. But when it comes to society mentions, Victor is the clear, um, victor - a few years ago, he and... [GalleyCat]

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