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Rights round-up


FictionHarperCollins has sold world German-language rights to Bonkers (Michelle Holman) to Verlagsgruppe Droemer Knaur. Scribe has sold UK & Commonwealth audio rights to The Possessions by Sara Flannery Murphy to Bolinda.

NonfictionHarperCollins has sold Korean rights to Get Over It, I Love Me, Living With It and The Book of It (both Bev Aisbett) to Hyeyum Publishing. Scribe has sold North American rights to Things That Helped (Jessica Friedmann) to Farrar, Straus and Giroux; Swedish, Norwegian and Danish rights to The Middlepause (Marina Benjamin) to Natur och Kultur, Cappelen Damm and Art People respectively; Russian rights to Digital vs Human (Richard Watson) to Eksmo; English-language rights for India to Dean Jones’ Cricket Tips (Dean Jones & John Spooner) to Westland Publications; North American rights to Sex after Sixty (Marie de Hennezel) to Greystone Books; UK and Commonwealth audio rights to Override (Caroline Williams) to Bolinda; and UK and Commonwealth audio rights to The Sleep Solution (W Chris Winter) to W F Howes.

Children’sHarperCollins has sold French rights to Zombiefied! and Zombiefied! Infected (C M Gray) to City Editions.


NonfictionAffirm has acquired The Uncollected Plays of Shaun Micallef (Shaun Micallef). (See news.)

Children’sPenguin Random House has acquired ANZ and English-language rights for Asia to Neverland (Margot McGovern) via Danielle Binks at Jacinta di Mase Management. (See news.)


Category: Rights round-up