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B. PUBLISHING NEWS--PUBLISHERS BUYING MANUSCRIPTS THIS MONTH:
First time novel writer LIZ TUCCILLO sells her fiction manuscript "How To Be
Single", about a group of friends dealing with being single as one of them leaves
the U.S. to see how women around the world do it, to publisher ATRIA via literary
agency ICM (INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE MANAGEMENT).
Publisher ALGONQUIN pays out for the fiction manuscript "An Arsonist's Guide to
Writers' Homes in New England" about a young man who's been jailed for burning down
Emily Dickinson's house by writer BROCK CLARKE via the CURTIS BROWN AGENCY.
First-time novelist PETER MELMAN gets low-six figures from publisher COUNTERPOINT
for his novel "Landsman" about a young Jewish man who joins the Confederate army to
escape a false murder charge.
CROWN PUBLISHING pays low-six figures to writer LAURA DIETZ for her fiction
manuscript "In the Tenth House", via the lit agency ZSH (ZACHARY SHUSTER HARNSWORTH)
about a medium in Edwardian London who comes to the attention of a psychiatrist
determined to prove that she's a fraud.
"The Kept Man", a novel about a young wife who discovers troubling evidence about
her marriage when her painter husband falls into a coma, by writer JAMI ATTENBERG
earns her mid-six figures from publisher RIVERHEAD via the agency STERLING LORD
Publisher DOUBLEDAY pays mid-six figures to writer ADAM MANSBACH for his novel "The
End of the Jews" which follows a 20th century Jewish-American family through three