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NYPL & William Morris Endeavor to Host a Conversation Event On Amazon vs. Hachette - Posted June 24, 2014
The LIVE from the NYPL team has partnered with William Morris Endeavor (WME) to organize a conversation event to explore the dispute between Amazon and Hachette. Those who wish to attend may do so free of charge, but advanced reservations are required. It will take place on July 1st at the Stephen... [GalleyCat]

Clinical Psychologist Meg Jay Inks Deal with Twelve For 'Supernormal' - Posted March 6, 2014
Meg Jay, Ph.D. has landed a deal with Hachette's Twelve imprint for her new nonfiction book, Supernormal: The Secret World of the Heroic Child. Jay (pictured, via) had this statement in the press release: "Our culture tends to romanticize upward mobility in all ... [GalleyCat]

Tina Bennett Jumps to WME - Posted July 23, 2012
Literary agent Tina Bennett has jumped to the New York literary division at WME (William Morris Endeavor). Since 1994, Bennett has worked at Janklow & Nesbit Associates. She represents a variety of authors, including Malcolm Gladwell, Amy Chua, Fareed Zakaria and ... [GalleyCat]

Malcolm Gladwell's New Book Explores David & Goliath - Posted July 9, 2012
Little, Brown has acquired the North American rights to Malcolm Gladwell's new book David and Goliath. The publication is slated for release in 2013. In this new book, the author of The Tipping Poi... [GalleyCat]

'All Joy and No Fun: The Parent's Paradox' Author Scores Book Deal - Posted September 27, 2010
After her New York magazine cover story, "All Joy and No Fun: The Parent's Paradox," earned 1.5 million hits on the magazine's website and sparked parenting debates around the country, Jennifer Senior... [GalleyCat]

Brooklyn Versus Brooklyn - Posted March 25, 2009
Two Scribner writers--Joanna Smith Rakoff and Colm Toibin--unwittingly picked the same title for upcoming books. As the NY Observer reports, only one book entitled "Brooklyn" could survive. The article recou... [GalleyCat]

Bennett, Simonoff Promoted at Janklow & Nesbit - Posted July 26, 2007
Publishers Lunch reports that Tina Bennett and Eric Simonoff have been promoted to directors of Janklow & Nesbit Associates. Bennett joined the literary agency in 1994 and Simonoff has been there since 1991. Senior partner Morton Janklow noted in announcing the news, "Tina and Eric have established themselves as leading figures... [GalleyCat]