Quill and Quire

Fractured friendship

Key Porter Books editor Janie Yoon has acquired Canadian rights to journalist Louisa McCormack’s comic debut novel Six Weeks to… Read More »

Island home

McClelland & Stewart publisher Ellen Seligman has just acquired world rights to a new memoir by Toronto-based poet Lorna Goodison.… Read More »

Small soldiers

HarperCollins Canada children’s editor Lynne Missen has purchased world rights (excluding Germany) to Chanda’s War, the sequel to Allan Stratton’s… Read More »

Chocolate war

Penguin Canada associate editor Helen Reeves has purchased Canadian rights to a debut novel by author Christine Walde. Described as… Read More »

Home to roost

After selling U.S. rights to Villard last month, agent Denise Bukowski has found a Canadian home for Rebecca Eckler’s Knocked… Read More »

New York

Random House Canada publisher Anne Collins has just bought Canadian rights to Alissa York’s sophomore novel. The Mercy author’s new… Read More »

Foreign front: Sept. 14, 2005

HarperCollins Canada subsidiary rights manager Akka Janssen has sold Japanese rights to Jeffrey Rosenthal’s Struck by Lightning to Hayakawa Publishing,… Read More »

Foreign front: Sept. 7, 2005

Agent Jackie Kaiser of Westwood Creative Artists has sold U.S. rights to Charlotte Gray’s Reluctant Genius: Alexander Graham Bell and… Read More »