Quill and Quire

A passage to India

Penguin Canada editorial director Diane Turbide has acquired Canadian rights to a book on the new India by Canadian-born BBC… Read More »

Foreign front: Apr. 11, 2005

Marilyn Biderman, director of subsidiary rights and contracts at McClelland & Stewart, has sold U.S. rights to Bernice Eisenstein’s I… Read More »

Graduation day

Karen Rivers is set to add a third title to her burgeoning Haley Harmony YA series. The latest installment, The… Read More »

On the home front

B.C. author Andrea MacPherson has just signed a deal with Random House Canada for world rights to her second novel.… Read More »

Arcade fire

ECW Press editor Michael Holmes has signed a deal with author Emily Schultz for world English-language rights to her debut… Read More »

A Frank bio

Journalist Wayne Lilley has signed a deal with publisher Douglas Gibson for North American English-language rights to an unauthorized biography… Read More »

Antediluvian icing

Author Bill Gaston has signed a deal with Doubleday Canada assistant editor Nicholas Massey-Garrison for Canadian rights to a new… Read More »

Foreign front: March 30, 2005

Agent Beverley Slopen has sold James W. Nichol’s Midnight Cab to AST in Russia, Luitingh-Sijthoff in the Netherlands, FleuveNoir in… Read More »

Reel deals: March 30, 2005

Don Sedgwick of the Transatlantic Literary Agency has sold film rights to Carol Off’s The Ghosts of Medak Pocket to… Read More »