From Publisher’s Weekly– Lindsey Culli’s THIS ABOVE ALL, pitched as Dirty Dancing meets Saved!, when the daughter of one of the region’s most notorious ultraconservative families is cast as Romeo in her high school production, drama is sure to follow, to Vicki Keire at Curiosity Quills Press, by Amy Tipton at Signature Literary Agency (world).
From Publisher’s Weekly– German rights to Courtney Summers’s ALL THE RAGE, to Beltz & Gelberg, by Agence Hoffman, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Amy Tipton of Signature Literary Agency.
From Publisher’s Weekly– Kayla Ancrum’s THE WICKER THRONE, written in micro fiction chapters that piece together the harrowing story of two boys who may have tapped in to an alternate reality, to Erin Stein at Imprint, in a two-book deal , by Amy Tipton at Signature Literary Agency (world).
Three of Amy Tipton’s books–SURVIVING BEAR ISLAND by Paul Greci and ALL THE RAGE by Courtney Summers and ORIGINAL FAKE by Kirstin Cronn-Mills (illustrated by E. Eero Johnson)–were selected by the Junior Library Guild! The Junior Library Guild reviews more than 3,000 new titles each year finding the best of the best. ORIGINAL FAKE received READ MORE…
From Publisher’s Weekly– Andrea Baker’s FAMOUS RAPES: Rape Culture From the Sabine Women to Steubenville, in which the author reflects on the history of how sexual assault is depicted in images from art history to contemporary visual culture, remaking the images and rolling them out in unflinching continuity, to Lynn Vannucci at Water Street Press, in a nice READ MORE…
From Publisher’s Weekly– Korean rights to Courtney Summers’s ALL THE RAGE, to Mirae, by Eric Yang Agency, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Amy Tipton of Signature Literary Agency.
BEAUTIFUL MUSIC FOR UGLY CHILDREN by Kirstin Cronn-Mills was a 2014 Stonewall Award winner!
From Publisher’s Weekly— Swedish rights to Ed Glazar’s WE OWN THE STREETS, a mantra from Critical Mass, about the NYC bike/messenger/street culture, to Bjorn Almqvist at Dokument Press, by Amy Tipton at Signature Literary Agency.
Barbara Stewart’s 2013 debut THE IN-BETWEEN earned a starred review in Kirkus.
From Publisher’s Marketplace: Scot Sothern’s LOW LIFE, an illustrated memoir and journey through motels and back alleys of street prostitution to Stanly Barker, by Amy Tipton at Signature Literary Agency (World). From Publisher’s Marketplace: Documentarian of THE PYRAMID CODE, Carmen Boulter PhD and author of THE SUPRESSED HISTORY OF AMERICA Xaviant Haze’s ALIENS IN ANCIENT READ MORE…