Unlike her first work, a slender volume written in the style of a fairytale,her new offering will be ``a big, grown-upnovel'', according to her literary agent
Mary Pachnos spotted James and Bob selling the Big Issue outside Angel Tube in early 2011.
"Anything to do with a mother and a dead child tends to attract lots of attention," ABC News quoted Linda Konner, a New York City based literary agent
who has brokered deals for actors, singers and lawmakers - as saying.
Simon Trewin, the literary agent
who dis-covered the best-selling Little Book of Calm, described her work as ``very testosteronefuelled fiction.
Linda Tripp's code name for Lewinsky was "Mary." Michael Isikoff was "Harvey" to Linda Tripp and "Spikey" to her literary agent
Lucianne Goldberg, according to Alicia Shepard's profile of Isikoff in last December's issue of American Journalism Review.
A literary agent
represents writers and their written works to publishers, theatrical producers, film producers and film studios, and assists in the sale and deal negotiation of the same.
It is the tale of a gay New York literary agent
with the world at his feet who descends into crack addiction.
According to the BBC, the Desmond Elliott Prize was established in honour of the late publisher and literary agent
Desmond Elliott and is awarded to the authors of debut novels published in the UK.
Author and literary agent
Rubie offers this guide to writing "narrative non-fiction," showing prospective authors and journalists how to deliver the same elements of readability that may be found in a novel.
Rodale's executive editor, Leigh Haber, acquired the North American rights in a deal negotiated with literary agent
He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Patricia, a literary agent
You won't necessarily need a literary agent
, but you will need a lot of patience waiting for responses to your submissions.