England’s Deborah Rogers Foundation this time honors a published poet who’s producing his first novel, ‘The Dead Don’t Bleed.’
Long under-appreciated in the French book business, literary agents are making headway in rights and representation. A new report looks at their gains.
The program, which features international work experience and travel, supports literary agents and rights directors in their formative professional years and is an initiative of the Deborah Rogers Foundation.
Looking for wider sales for its Danish authors in English-language markets, Copenhagen publisher Rosinante & Co. has inked a new partnership with the UK agency Rogers Coleridge & White.
Rogers Coleridge & White’s David Miller is remembered in London as a deeply respected literary agent, a compelling author, and ‘wonderful father.’
‘Selling and managing rights is at the heart of our business,’ says Gill Coleridge on conferring the first Deborah Rogers Foundation Bursary Award to Sam Coates in London.