THE INTERMINABLES in Italy!!

April 13th, 2017

A huge round of congratulations and Complementi! to Paige Orwin whose debut fantasy THE INTERMINABLES sold in Italy!!! Last month was the huge London Book Fair at which publishers around the world shop and buy titles for translation and international distribution. We’re thrilled to share that the prestigious publisher La Corte Editore of Italy purchased […]

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SOLD!! Hungarian rights to THE WEIGHT OF ZERO!

October 18th, 2016
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Karen Fortunati’s debut THE WEIGHT OF ZERO released last week and while she was out on book tour we inked our first foreign rights deal. Hungarian rights have sold to Könyvmolykepzö! From Publishers Marketplace: INTERNATIONAL RIGHTS: CHILDREN’S Hungarian rights to debut author Karen Fortunati’s THE WEIGHT OF ZERO about a teenager with bipolar disorder who […]

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Ask Daphne! About Submitting in Translation

December 1st, 2011

I love opening up my mailbox and finding your questions! As a reminder, I’m always open to answering your q’s about publishing, the process of finding a literary agent, shoes, books, and more! Just email me at daphne.unfeasible@gmail.com with “Ask Daphne!” in the subject line. Today’s query comes from Jurgen in Germany, who asks: I […]

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I’m back!

March 30th, 2009

Ok, not really, but I’m back in the States, and taking meetings this week with US editors, instead of international publishers. Which is a bit of a switch in my mind, really, since for the last week I’ve been talking about translation rights to books I’ve already sold in the US, and now I’m talking […]

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Rights Fair Preparations

March 16th, 2009

So, as I’ve been twittering lately, later this week I head to NYC, and then on to Italy for the Bologna Book Fair. And while, yes, it’s Italy in the Spring, with all the good food, great scenery, nice weather and such that that implies, but it’s also a lot of work. Work I’m looking […]

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