Critics are in love with Marcy Dermansky's The Red Car

Read what The New York Times Book ReviewNPRThe San Francisco ChronicleVogueThe Today Show, The Los Angeles TimesBuzzfeedThe Huffington PostElleThe GuardianNewsdayThe Village VoiceThe MillionsNylon, and Interview Magazine had to say.  People also called it "A dry, delightful fairy tale for grownups," and Cosmopolitan made it a "Cosmo Reads" selection.


Cookie Johnson's Believing in Magic is a New York Times bestseller

Believing in Magic hits the e-book and combined print and e-book lists for the week of October 9th!


New Deals Up On Publishers Marketplace

Children's: Middle grade

Former managing editor of The New Republic and author of The Night Tourist and Jepp, Who Defied the Stars, Katherine Marsh's THE BOY IN THE WINE CELLAR, the story of an American boy living in Brussels who secretly harbors a fourteen-year-old Syrian refugee who has lost his family and is on the run from the authorities, inspired by the author's own experiences moving to Belgium last year with her husband and two young children right before the attacks in Paris and the discovery of terrorist cells in Brussels, which she chronicled in a Washington Post essay and a Today Show interview, to Jennifer Besser at Putnam Children's, in a two-book deal, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (World English).

Non-fiction: Diet

Weizmann Institute researchers Eran Elinav, M.D., Ph.D.; and Eran Segal, Ph.D.'s THE PERSONALIZED DIET, a scientifically-based guide to personalized nutrition that will help readers create a customized diet plan to lose weight and improve health, based on the authors' 2015 study that proved for the first time ever that different people react differently to the same foods and that resulted in a viral media response, to Karen Murgolo at Grand Central Life & Style, with Sarah Pelz editing, in a significant deal, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management(NA).
UK/Commonwealth rights to Morwenna Loughman at Vermilion, in a pre-empt.

Non-fiction: General/Other

Harvard and UCLA psychiatrist Dr. John Sharp MD's INSIGHT, an eight-step program designed to help readers discover the one thing from their childhoods that is the cause of their unwanted behavior, rewrite their narratives to remove it, and in doing so rewire their brains permanently for lifelong happiness and confidence, to Patty Gift at Hay House, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (World English, French, and German).

Non-fiction: Cooking

Actress, bakery entrepreneur, and allergen-free living advocate Jennifer Esposito's JENNIFER'S WAY: Recipes for A Pure, Delicious Life, a collection of sweet and savory recipes from her adored East Village bakery and beyond, showing readers that clean, pure food can both heal the body and provide a decadent, comforting eating experience, to Brittany Hamblin McInerney at Grand Central Life & Style, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).


We are thrilled to welcome Rick Pascocello as a literary agent

Former Penguin Random House exec Pascocello has joined GLM. Read more here here.


Katherine Marsh's essay about her family's experiences in Brussels is in The Washington Post

Read the article here.


Blake J. Harris's Console Wars is a USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestseller

Console Wars hits both lists for the week of March 13, 2016!


Haylie Pomroy's Fast Metabolism Food Rx is a New York Times bestseller

Fast Metabolism Food Rx is an instant New York Times bestseller, debuting on the list for Sunday, March 13, 2016!


New Deals Up On Publishers Marketplace

Non-fiction: General/Other 

Author of CONSOLE WARS, Blake Harris's THE HISTORY OF THE FUTURE: Virtual Reality and the Race to Create the New World, the story of the makers, misfits and visionaries behind the radical new technology, including 22-year-old billionaire Palmer Luckey of Occulus, to Julia Cheiffetz at Dey Street Books, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management in association with Julian Rosenberg at Circle of Confusion 

Children's: Young Adult

Author of Family and Other Accidents and In Some Other World, Maybe, Shari Goldhagen's 100 DAYS OF CAKE, in which a 17-year-old girl suffering from depression uses her job at a tropical fish store to cope with the impending doom of graduation and as an escape from her mother who is convinced that the right cake will solve all of her problems, to Jessica Sit at Atheneum, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management

Fiction: General/Other

Author of Twins and Bad Marie Marcy Dermansky's THE RED CAR, the story of a woman whose past suddenly lobs a grenade into her disappointing life, forcing her to confront her questionable decisions and start over, moving to Katie Henderson Adams at Liveright, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management 

Non-fiction: Health 

Dr. Michael Breus's THE OVERNIGHT SOLUTION, offering a revolutionary program to help you understand your body's clock and change the timing of your daily habits to live a healthier, happier, more productive life, based on the author's own research in the rapidly emerging field of chronobiology and presenting four distinct "chronotypes" that people fall into, to Tracy Behar at Little, Brown, in a major deal, at auction, by Alex Glass at Glass Literary Management (NA).
UK rights to Susanna Abbott at Vermilion, also at auction. 


Jon Cryer's So That Happened is a New York Times bestseller

So That Happened hits the e-book and combined print and e-book lists for Sunday, April 26th!


Haylie Pomroy's The Burn is a New York Times bestseller

The Burn hits the list for Sunday, March 8!