- Author of the novel THE LIST OF LAST CHANCES Christina Myers‘s HALFWAY HOME: THOUGHTS FROM MIDLIFE, which explores the uncertainty and joys of being a woman in her midlife during a period of rapid social and environmental change, to Shivaun Hearne at House of Anansi, by Emmy Nordstrom Higdon at Westwood Creative Artists.
- Amanda Betts at Knopf Canada has acquired world rights excluding the US to THE ART OF VANISHING by Lynne Kutsukake, the Kobo Emerging Writer Prize author of THE TRANSLATION OF LOVE. Set in 1970s Japan, the novel is an exploration of ambition, betrayal, and love through the story two young art students, whose intense friendship is fractured when they become prey for a bohemian cult. Publication is slated for summer 2024; Hilary McMahon at Westwood Creative Artists negotiated the deal.
- Christine Higdon’s GIN, TURPENTINE, PENNYROYAL, RUE to Laguna (Serbia), by Nada Perisic at PLIMA, on behalf of Meg Wheeler at Westwood Creative Artists for Hilary McMahon.
- Jay Ingram’s THE SCIENCE OF WHY 5, to Beijing Green Beans Book Co. Ltd. (China), by Conor Cheng and Jessica Wu at Andrew Nurnberg Associates, edited by Shanshan Huang, on behalf of Meg Wheeler at Westwood Creative Artists for Jackie Kaiser.
- Kathryn Nicolai’s ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE to Gummerus (Finland), by Monique Oosterhof at MO Literary Services, edited by Leenastiina Kakko, on behalf of Meg Wheeler at Westwood Creative Artists for Jackie Kaiser.
- Yann Martel’s LIFE OF PI to DarkSide Books (Brazil), by JP and Laura Riff at Riff Agency, edited by Raquel Mortiz, on behalf of Meg Wheeler at Westwood Creative Artists for Jackie Kaiser.
- Leanne Toshiko Simpson’s NEVER BEEN BETTER to Rowohlt (Germany), in a pre-empt by Leonie Kress at Liepman, edited by Ditta Friedrich, on behalf of Meg Wheeler at Westwood Creative Artists for Jackie Kaiser.