E-books, royalties, new business models? Take our survey and let us know what you think.
Among the international players, every one is banking on Brazil. Among the English-speakers…let’s just say ‘Oh, Canada!’
Paris literary agent Pierre Astier looked beyond an exclusively French clientele and discovered award-winning talent in places such as Macedonia and Iceland.
Some agents are now offering to publish their client’s work themselves. Will there be repercussions from publishers?
UK agent Ed Victor and his new Bedford Square Books is publishing six titles pre-Frankfurt. Here he explains why his company is not competition for publishers.
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.
With disintermediation looming, agents may find themselves advocating traditional publishing if only to maintain a role in the publishing paradigm?
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.
MintRight CEO Stanislav Mamonov explains how he built a truly global e-book conversion and distribution platform, why Europe is behind and Brazil’s booming.
A new translation and rights agency in California aims to help self-published authors find foreign rights deals.