Quill and Quire

Back in the U.S.S.R.

Random House Canada publisher Anne Collins has just purchased Canadian rights to a new work of non-fiction by The Globe… Read More »

One warm line

Don Gillmor, co-author of the spin-off book to the CBC’s Canada: A People’s History, has sold an untitled novel-in-progress to… Read More »

Generations

Random House Canada has purchased rights to a debut literary novel by 28-year-old poet Jen Sookfong Lee, of Vancouver. The… Read More »

Whiz-bang

Agent Dean Cooke has sold world rights to a debut story collection by Neil Smith to Knopf Canada editor Michael… Read More »

I am Mexican

Douglas & McIntyre president Scott McIntyre has just purchased North American rights to a new business title by former National… Read More »

Foreign front: June 15, 2005

Agent Anne McDermid has sold U.S. rights to Andrew Pyper’s The Wildfire Season to Thomas Dunne Books.Agent Carolyn Swayze has… Read More »

Foreign front: June 8, 2005

Samantha Haywood of the Transatlantic Literary Agency has just sold U.S. rights to Rosalind Penfold’s DragonSlippers: This Is What an… Read More »

Reel deal: June 8, 2005

Sarah Cooper of The Saint Agency has just sold an option on Carrie Mac’s teen novel The Beckoners to the… Read More »

Foreign front: June 1, 2005

Random House Canada rights manager Ron Eckel has sold French Canadian rights to Michel Basilières’s Black Bird to XYZ Éditeur.… Read More »