Evangelia Avloniti of Ersilia Literary Agency in Athens discusses how the Greek economic crisis has had dire consequences for publishing and efforts to adapt.
Finding the best financial deal for authors is the main reason agents exist. If so, should they be blamed for doing their job when they betray presumed loyalty?
The Salomonsson Agency is credited helping turn Scandinavian crime fiction into a global phenomenon. But is it over? They say ‘nej!’
Peggy Intrator of Intrator Associates will monitor a panel on the role of agents at Publishing Perspectives’ Children’s Publishing Conference on Thursday.
Former Buchet-Chastel editor Marc Parent is launching a new Paris-based literary agency, in part to help authors make a better living from their writing.
Based in Brussels and Sydney, the Zeitgeist Media Group represents authors who ‘write about a China that is much stronger and faster paced…the dark side.’
Is continuing to group together Commonwealth book rights good business, hopeless inertia, or merely a self-serving tradition?
E-books, royalties, territoriality, piracy, agents as publishers, publishers as booksellers, on the agenda for UK book community at this year’s Frankfurt Book Fair.
Paris literary agent Pierre Astier looked beyond an exclusively French clientele and discovered award-winning talent in places such as Macedonia and Iceland.
With disintermediation looming, agents may find themselves advocating traditional publishing if only to maintain a role in the publishing paradigm?