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Posts Tagged ‘Folio Literary Management’

Celeste Fine Moves to Sterling Lord Literistic

Literary agent Celeste Fine will jump to Sterling Lord Literistic. She starts January 30th.

Fine (pictured, via) plans to take on projects from expert and celebrity authors in the health, science, food, business, and lifestyle genres. In addition, she will manage foreign rights for the agency’s children’s and young adult list.

Prior to this move, Fine served as the senior vice president and subsidiary rights director at Folio Literary Management. She has worked with a number of major authors, including Courtney Love, Dean Koontz and Janet Evanovich.

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Bernie Madoff’s Daughter-in-Law Hunts for Book Deal

Stephanie Morgan, daughter-in-law to fraudulent investor Bernie Madoff (pictured, via), hopes to land a book deal.

Folio Literary Management agent Steve Troha represents the widow of Mark Madoff. New York Magazine has spoken with some members of the Madoff family, and they worry what she might write.

Here’s more from the article: “Publishers say she would tell the emotional story of a strong-minded woman overcoming tragedy and moving ahead with life. She has told editors from imprints at Hachette Book Group and HarperCollins that she has a couple of letters from Bernie.”

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