Book Briefs

December 2004
Book Publishing Report;12/6/2004, Vol. 29 Issue 47, p6
Trade Publication
This article presents news related to book industry and trade. C-SPAN senior executive producer Connie Doebele told BPR that fans of Brian Lamb's Booknotes, which aired its last show on December 5, 2004, can tune in to BookTV on C-SPAN2 for its new book interview show. Afterwords, which will debut on January 2, 2005. Harcourt Trade Publishers has acquired two new novels by Kaye Gibbons in a seven-figure deal. U.S. and Canadian rights were bought by executive editor Ann Patty from Joy Harris of the Joy Harris Literary Agency.


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