Tips and quips on publishing from a literary agent.
Thursday, April 10, 2008
I'm flying to the UK tomorrow for meetings and the London Book Fair, so I don't expect to post regularly while I'm gone. In the meantime, check out Maya Reynolds' great analysis (Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3) of Bob Miller's new imprint at HarperCollins.
Jonathan Lyons is a literary agent at Curtis Brown, Ltd., where represents a select list of authors of biographies, history, science, pop culture, sports, general narrative non-fiction, mysteries, thrillers, science fiction and fantasy, and young adult fiction, in addition to serving as subagent in the United States for several agencies in the UK. Having previously run translation rights at McIntosh & Otis and Folio Literary Management, Jonathan currently oversees Curtis Brown’s translation rights department.
Jonathan is also a licensed publishing attorney with the boutique entertainment law firm Savur & Pellecchia, a member of The Authors Guild, and a member of the Contracts Committee of the Association of Authors’ Representatives, Inc.