Read my interview with Lindsay Mag here: http://lindsay-online.com/literary-agent-new-york/

 

 

Recent Deals From Publishers Marketplace

 

Nonfiction / Cookbooks

 

THE BIG MAN'S WORLD blogger Arman Liew's CLEAN SNACKS, featuring recipes easily made from everyday ingredients, all suitable for paleo, vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free diets, a companion to CLEAN SWEETS, to Ann Treistman of Countryman Press, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

Nonfiction / General/Other


Nicole Seitz and Jonathan Haupt, eds.'s OUR PRINCE OF SCRIBES: WRITERS REMEMBER PAT CONROY, with an afterword by Cassandra King Conroy, essays honoring Pat Conroy's lasting impact on literature, with royalties benefiting Pat Conroy's Story River Books imprint and the Pat Conroy Literary Center, to Lisa Bayer at the University of Georgia Press, for publication in September 2018, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

International rights: Fiction

 

French rights to JB Salsbury's FIGHTING TO FORGET and FIGHTING THE FALL, to Bragelonne, by Linda Kaplan of Kaplan/DeFiore Rights on behalf of MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

International / Children's 

 

Anna Snoeskstra's young adult debut IN THE DARK, about a group of adopted teenagers and the unraveling their parents' sinister secrets, set in the Blue Mountains of South Wales, to Lisa Berryman at Harper Australia by Linda Kaplan of Kaplan/Defiore Rights on behalf of MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.  

 

Children's: Young Adult

 

Lynn Vroman's INTO THE HOLLOW, set in contemporary Appalachia, in which the simple, wholesome goodness of finding first love radiates through the harrowing portrayal of rural America, to Hannah Smith at Owl Hollow Press, for publication in Summer 2018, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary (World English).

 

Nonfiction / Cooking

 

NEUROTIC MOMMY blogger Jennifer R. Rossano's cookbook, plant-based recipes designed to be created in the kitchen as a family - each so easy even your 5 year old can do it, for publication in Fall 2018, to Michelle Branson at Gibbs Smith, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary. 

 

Fiction

 

Anna Snoekstra's DOLLS, in which a young, desperate reporter thrusts herself into the mysterious and unnerving case of the appearance of porcelain dolls that bear an uncanny resemblance to the small town's children, and the lengths she'll go to stay ahead of her story, in a 2 book deal, to Nicole Brebner and Kerri Buckley at MIRA, with Kerri Buckley editing, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary (World). (Film:  Jon Cassir at CAA)

 

Fiction: Women's/Romance


Hannah McKinnon's THE SUMMER HOUSE, in which a far-flung family gathers at their beloved Rhode Island beach house for a long-awaited dramatic reunion, all on the eve of their father's 75th birthday celebration, to Emily Bestler at Emily Bestler Books, in a two-book deal, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary (World).

 

Fiction: Backlist

Helaine Helmreich's CHIMNEY TREE, a romantic saga set during WWII on the Eastern front through the eyes of a fiery woman facing the destruction of old world culture and religion, to Donna Carpenter LeBaron of New Word City, in a two-book deal, for publication in August 2017, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

Nonfiction / Cooking
THE BIG MAN'S WORLD blogger Arman Liew's CLEAN SWEETS: SIMPLE, HIGH-PROTEIN DESSERTS FOR ONE, featuring recipes easily made from everyday ingredients, all suitable for paleo, vegan, sugar-free, and gluten-free diets, to Ann Treistman of Countryman Press, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

Fiction: Women's / Romance

Kristina Knight's SLIPPERY ROCK series, following four former high school football stars as they navigate new arrivals and the love and the secrets they bring to their sleepy, beloved hometown, in a 4-book deal, to Ann Leslie Tuttle at Harlequin SuperRomance, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Fraser-Bub Literary.

 

Fiction: Women's/Romance

NYT and USA Today bestselling author J. B. Salsbury's SPLIT, in which a woman with big dreams is abruptly forced to return to her hometown, where she meets a stunning yet secretive man who will do anything to avoid her probing eyes, personal questions, and unrelenting affection, to Megha Parekh at Grand Central, in a two-book deal, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Digital: Fiction: Women's/Romance

Kristina Knight's BILLIONAIRE COWBOYS Series, featuring three wealthy ranch heir brothers, their flashy Vegas enterprises, and the women they want, to Tara Gelsomino at Crimson Romance, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Children's: Young Adult

Dean Gloster's DESSERT FIRST, in which a teenage girl struggles with her younger brother's recurring leukemia while combating mean girls at school, navigating a burgeoning relationship with her longtime best friend, and exploring what it means to be adored by a handsome online Cancer Support Group buddy, to Jacquelyn Mitchard at Merit Press, for publication in fall 2016, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Film rights

Anna Snoekstra's THE NEW WINTER, in which an imposter becomes a decades-missing sixteen year-old, sleeping in her bed, hugging her parents and twin brothers, learning her best friend's names, but soon realizing that her friendly family and enthusiastic friends are not quite as they seem, to Universal Pictures with Working Title producing, by Jon Cassir at CAA, on behalf of MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Fiction: Debut

Anna Snoekstra's THE NEW WINTER, in which an imposter becomes a decades-missing sixteen year-old, sleeping in her bed, hugging her parents and twin brothers, learning her best friend's names, but soon realizing that her friendly family and enthusiastic friends are not quite as they seem, told in alternating points of view, the 'real' Bec and the 'imposter' Bec, to Nicole Brebner at Mira, with Kerri Buckley editing, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Non-fiction: Cooking

Vegan blogger Ashley Melillo's BLISSFUL BASIL, a cookbook with over 100 wholesome, plant-based recipes for an entire day of eating using only unprocessed, colorful, natural ingredients, to Glenn Yeffeth at BenBella Books, for publication in early 2017, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group (World).

 

Digital: Fiction: Mystery/Crime

Claudia Lefeve's DESTINED FOR TROUBLE, in which a vacation to Trouble Island, Texas, turns out be anything but for a Lilly Pulitzer-clad, reluctant amateur sleuth, to Anh Schluep at Thomas & Mercer, for publication in May 2015, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Fiction: General/Other

Vogue contributor William Norwich's MY MRS. BROWN, the story of how a simple woman from Rhode Island comes to believe that one particular and exquisite Oscar de la Renta dress will change her life and the odyssey she goes on to possess it, to Trish Todd at Simon & Schuster, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Fiction: Sci-Fi/Fantasy

NYT bestselling author Jay Bonansinga's LUCID, in which a high school girl unwittingly becomes a conduit between nightmares and reality, and not just her own, to Michael Wilson at Permuted Press, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group (World English).

 

Fiction: Women's/Romance

NYT bestselling author Kyra Davis's untitled novella, to Adam Wilson at Pocket Star, for publication in spring 2015, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Fiction: Women's/Romance

Kristina Knight's FAMILY BY DESIGN, the story of a mother and daughter whose lives are irrevocably changed by the surprise entrance of a handsome stranger with a shocking connection to their family, to Ann Leslie Tuttle at Harlequin Superromance, in a three-book deal, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.

 

Fiction: Debut

Hannah Roberts-McKinnon's SISTERING, pitched in the vein of SEATING ARRANGEMENTS, about the intricate and sometimes tenuous bonds of sisterhood and family, to Megan Reid at Emily Bestler Books, in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, by Mackenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group (World).

 

Fiction: Debut
Joseph Helmreich's THE RETURNED, the story of a scientist who is abducted by an alien spacecraft on live television, only to mysteriously return years later, and the graduate student who ultimately tracks him down, discovering a much larger conspiracy that puts more than just one planet in danger, to Brendan Deneen at Thomas Dunne Books, with Macmillan Films attached to produce, by MacKenzie Fraser-Bub at Trident Media Group.