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28 May, 2021


Veteran news producer’s counterintuitive argument that it has never been a better time to be a Black woman; in a historical and sociological framework that weaves together poignant personal narratives and a new national survey of Clack women, the author posits that Black women have amassed great power and influence in every sphere, proving that their success is not an anomaly, but a defining characteristic. (Skyhorse/World Rights/Fall 2022)

29 April, 2021


A defense attorney in Alabama—a child Holocaust survivor–comes out of retirement to defend a young Honduran man accused of murder.  At once a literary crime novel and an intergenerational family drama, the novel is set in the multicultural South where the past and present collide. (Arcade CrimeWise/World Rights/Spring 2022)

10 March, 2021

THE COUNTERFEIT COUNTESS, Elizabeth B. White and Joanna Sliwa

Senior historian at the Holocaust Museum Elizabeth White and Polish American Holocaust scholar Joanna Sliwa’s THE COUNTERFEIT COUNTESS, the story of a Jewish mathematician, Dr. Josephine Janina Mehlberg, who, pretending to be a Polish countess, saved thousands from a Nazi concentration camp in Poland, drawing in part on Janina’s unpublished memoir.  (North American rights/Simon & Schuster/Fall 2023).

18 February, 2021

BIG TIME, Ben H. Winters

Author of UNDERGROUND AIRLINESGOLDEN STATE, and THE LAST POLICEMAN Ben H. Winters’s BIG TIME, in which a female corporate spy gains the confidence of a billionaire hedge fund manager and discovers his invaluable secret, to Josh Kendall at Mulholland Books, in an exclusive submission. (Mulholland/Little Brown, North American Rights, Spring 2023)

2 February, 2021

ENSLAVED: The Sunken History of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, Simcha Jacobovici & Sean Kingsley

Filmmaker and NYT-bestselling author Simcha Jacobovici and maritime archaeologist Sean Kingsley’s ENSLAVED, the 400-year history of the transatlantic slave trade as revealed through the journeys of six sunken ships that traveled to the New World; a docuseries of the same name, featuring actor and human rights activist Samuel L. Jackson is currently on Epix/BBC and Candadian Broadcasting (Pegasus, Spring 2022, World English)

17 December, 2020

MOMS MOVING ON, Michelle Dempsey-Multack

A popular Instagrammer and divorce coach provides real-life advice for conquering divorce, co-parenting without conflict and getting a life. (Tiller Press/Simon & Schuster, World English Language, Spring 2021)

10 November, 2020

JULIAN: The Last Pagan Emperor of Rome

About Flavius Claudius Julianus–better known as Julian the Apostate–a fascinating and complex figure, in a concise biography for the “Ancient Lives” series, edited by Classics Professor at Bard James Romm. Freeman is the Pepperdine University Fletcher Jones Chairman of Western Culture. (Ancient Lives Series/Yale University Press/World Rights, 2022).

29 October, 2020

SELF HELP, Ben H. Winters

Author of UNDERGROUND AIRLINES and THE LAST POLICEMAN Ben H. Winters’ third project for Audible Originals, in which a struggling actor seeking to improve his circumstances downloads a self-help audiobook that helps boost his confidence—and directs him to commit a series of increasingly audacious crimes. (World, Audible, Summer 2021)

29 September, 2020


The science behind why adolescents are so tired and how parents and schools can help them by journalist and contributor to The New York Times and Washington Post, Lisa Lewis–how being sleep deprived affects everything from teen mental health to school performance,  and strategies and policy changes that can alleviate the issues.  (Mango/World English/Spring 2022)

22 September, 2020


Thought leader and business strategist Slim, author of  Body of Work and Escape from Cubicle Nation shares a dynamic new model for growing your business by discovering and connecting with customers outside your field of view. ( McGraw Hill/world English/Fall 2021).