An agency in Spain picks up New York’s Diversion Books foreign rights. An Australian study of teen reading finds conflicting input on digital vs. print.
‘Our ebook sales have been going up, not down,’ says INscribe’s Larry Norton. And the ‘micro-publishers’ who are scrappy enough to make that happen also want a fast, easier path into print.
Looking to handle international as well as domestic content, the newly formed Radius Book Group offers to do it for you — for an as-yet unspecified price.
Literary agent Jason Allen Ashlock asks, if agents act in an author’s best interests when they are also acting as their publisher. He says no.
Anything that an agent can do to extend their services, backing their author, is valid, argues agent Ed Victor, who also runs Bedford Square Books.