2004 Hardcover Nonfiction Top Literary Agents by No. of Titles
- Wylie splits from U.K. partners. Richardson, Jean // Publishers Weekly;4/15/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 16, p17
Informs that New York agent Andrew Wylie has decided to terminate his association with the agency Aitken, Stone & Wylie, of London. His dispute over the serialization of a diary kept by author Eric Jacobs, which detailed Jacobs' meetings with the late Kingsley Amis; The involvement of Martin...
- AGENT PROVOCATEUR. Hay, Ashley // Bulletin with Newsweek;03/20/2001, Vol. 119 Issue 6266, p18
Profiles literary agent, Andrew Wylie. Strategies used to negotiate deals for authors with publishing houses; Reputation in the industry.
- Special agent. // New Yorker;8/9/93, Vol. 69 Issue 25, p25
Profiles Washington, D.C. literary agent, and partner in the firm of Williams & Connoly, Robert Barnett. Celebrity clients; Deal closed with Simon & Schuster for a biography of President Bill Clinton's mother Virginia Kelly; Career history.
- More--and costly--Wylie moves ahead for Martin Amis. Quinn, Judy // Publishers Weekly;12/30/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 52, p17
Discusses how literary agent Andrew Wylie is attempting to get writer Martin Amis a big new United States deal. Conclusion of Wylie's previous deal with Random U.K.; Wylie's price for an Amis book, reportedly at $1 million; Expectation by Wylie for the conclusion of United States negotiations...
- THE DASTARDLY DEFENDER OF LETTERS. Bennett, Laura // New Republic;10/21/2013, Vol. 244 Issue 17, p26
An interview with literary agent Andrew Wylie is presented. Asked about the Internet retail company Amazon.com's impact on the publishing industry, he describes how his perspective has changed and says it is trying to dominate the industry. Other topics include electronic book (e-book) royalties...
- The Agents. // Book Publishing Report;05/21/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 21, p5
Presents a chart on agents of hardcover nonfiction New York Times bestsellers as of 2001 in United States. List of literary agents and agency; Titles of books promoted; Number of weeks on the bestseller list.
- THE AGENTS. // Book Publishing Report;4/7/2003, Vol. 28 Issue 14, p4
Lists bestselling literary agents in the non-fiction paperback category. Tina Bennett; Joan Foley; David Black; Henry Dunow.
- Andrew Wylie's great invention. Mead, Rebecca // New York;8/05/96, Vol. 29 Issue 30, p40
Profiles literary agent Andrew Wylie. How his representing author Salman Rushdie has affected his life; Changes in Wylie's character over the years; Wylie's aggressive style of wooing writers, even away from other agents; His knowledge of literature; Comments from those who have known Wylie;...
- Swinging seventies. Malanga, Gerard // New Yorker;04/06/98, Vol. 74 Issue 7, p98
Focuses on an individual, who took the photograph of Andrew Wylie. Highlights of the portrait; Background information on Wylie; Comments from Malanga.