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Thread: [Agency] Catbird Productions (Kirsten Hall)

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    [Agency] Catbird Productions (Kirsten Hall)

    Hi, everyone. Has anybody heard about Catbird Productions? It seems to be a kidlit agency. It has made several deals, but it isn't on QueryTracker, and the website is rather plain.

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    http://catbirdagency.com/

    Publishers Marketplace: http://www.publishersmarketplace.com...l.cgi?id=25313

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    I saw her at a conference. She's made a ton of sales (I think she said she'd sold more picture books than any other agency in the previous six months), and seemed knowledgeable and smart and energetic. My impression was that she focused on picture books and graphic novels. She's also an author, by the way. My CP was planning to query her, and I believe he said that she takes a higher commission than usual, maybe 20%? Here's an interview with her from my local SCBWI: https://aseraserburns.wordpress.com/...-kirsten-hall/.
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    Article on her agency, dated February 2014:

    http://publishersweekly.com/pw/by-to...es-agency.html
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    I hope more info comes soon. I'm hoping she doesn't just rep picture books.

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    Oh, thank you for the info. Everyone here is so knowledgeable.

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