New Deals Up On Publishers Marketplace

Children's: Middle grade

NYT bestselling author Da Chen's SISI OF YELLOW STONE, narrative nonfiction about the author's three sisters' childhoods in rural China as their landowning family was torn apart by the Cultural Revolution, to Lisa Sandell at Scholastic, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).

Non-fiction: Cooking 

Michelin rated chef, owner of LA bakery Fonuts, and Cake Wars judge Waylynn Lucas's SUNNY SIDE UP, breakfast and brunch recipes with a focus on eggs and baking, to Dervla Kelly at Rodale, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (World).

Graphic Novel 

Comic book writer, cultural critic and scholar David F. Walker's FREDERICK DOUGLASS, with illustrator Damon Smith, to Patrick Barb at Ten Speed Press, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (World).

Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs 

Arthur E. Link Distinguished University Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies at the University of Michigan Donald Lopez's BUDDHISM: A GLOBAL HISTORY, the first ever single volume narrative history of world Buddhism from inception to the present day, and THE LIFE OF THE BUDDHA, an eye-opening new account of the historical Buddha, to Jennifer Banks at Yale University Press, in an exclusive submission, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (World English).

Non-fiction: Cooking 

Author of the upcoming DAY DRINKING, founding editor of's Drinks column, and contributor to Vogue and Bon Appetit, Kat Odell's cookbook of healthy, vibrant, plant-based recipes, again to Kylie Foxx McDonald at Workman, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management in association with Henry Huang at Heroes and Villains (World).

Non-fiction: Diet 

NYT bestselling author Haylie Pomroy's next book, her first major diet program since THE FAST METABOLISM DIET, moving to Karen Rinaldi at Harper Wave, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management.

Television rights

The late Maggie Estep's HEX crime novel, optioned to Entertainment One TV for Olive Productions, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management.

Film rights

NYT bestselling author Da Chen's WANDERING WARRIOR, optioned to Mark Burton and Michael Barnathan at Ocean Blue Entertainment, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management.

Television rights

Author of the John Hillcoat-adapted THE WETTEST COUNTY IN THE WORLD, Matt Bondurant's NORTH COUNTRY, about a returning Air Force special forces soldier who ends up embroiled with an enigmatic crime boss in the small town on the Canadian border where he grew up, to Warner Brothers TV, by Jill Gillett at William Morris Endeavor on behalf of Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management.