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Welcome to Langtons International Agency Newsletter!





Langtons International Agency is one of New York's most successful literary management agencies specializing in non-fiction: including memoir, true crime, biography, and business.


Exceptionally well written literary and commercial fiction: including mystery, thrillers, and women's fiction. 


We recently added film and television scripts to our offering. 





Notable releases include Trumbo by Bruce Cook (Grand Central Publishing, September 8, 2015) to coincide with the movie release, starring Bryan Cranston, Diane Lane, and Helen Mirren.



Art in the Blood by Bonnie MacBird, (HarperCollins UK, September 2015) first of a trilogy of Sherlock Holmes adventures. Sold to 17 countries, bestseller in 5.



Dancing on Her Grave

 by Diane Montane and Carolina Sarassa, true crime (Berkley, April 2015) Discovery Channel, and Lifetime Movies (October 22, 2016).

2016 saw 15 books sold to commercial publishers. 7 of these used our editing service

2017 is proving to be another successful year, with a book sold per month to date.  




Our memoir division is gaining momentum with 2 new memoirs to be ghostwritten.




Contact us today to start your journey towards becoming a published author or screen and television writer. From an idea to a success!  






















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June 8th, 2018


Welcome summer to New York City












Company Chat


Linda had a fabulous time in wonderful Toronto with very special friends Byron Bellows, Wordsworth, Ren and David Berman 

Linda also had the pleasure of being invited by the JNF and the Israeli Embassy to hear Ambassador Danny Danon speak at a breakfast at the Pierre Hotel in New York City.

And Linda joined a group from Women's Forum for a stimulating panel discussion with some of New York city's leading female physicians at the New Frontiers in Women's Health, sponsored by the Joan H. Tisch Center for Women's Health.


At this years New York Book Expo, Linda had the pleasure of meeting Jane Ubell-Meyer of Bedside Reading.



Company News


We have just sold Lawrence Kaplan's historical biography, Time in the Trenches, to Potomac Books of University of Nebraska Press! 


Time in the Trenches chronicles the experience of a young schoolgirl named Tatiana L. Dubinskaya who ran away from home in 1916 to serve on the Eastern Front as a soldier in the Russian Army during World War I. Years after returning from war, she became the first female soldier from WWI to be published in her country when in 1930 her book recounting her personal experiences as a soldier, In the Trenches, was published in Moscow. Editor Lawrence M. Kaplan's biography pays homage to this remarkable woman. A military historian with more than 25 years' experience with the U.S. Army and Department of Defense, respectively,  he is currently the historian for U.S. Army Cyber Command.  He has written and edited many books on American history. 


Langtons International welcomes our new authors

Joseph Hanania has contributed nearly two hundred by-lined articles to the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times, for which he "discovered" Aaron Grunhut, the subject of his forthcoming book. Hanania's historical biography describes how one brave Jew during the Holocaust, Aaron Grunhut, a Hungarian goose liver merchant in Bratislava, successfully rescued 1,350 of his people singlehandedly. 


Jan Phillips is a writer, photographer, and speaker who combines spirituality with social activism. She has ten award-winning books. She has been published in the New York Times, Parade Magazine, Ms., and Christian Science Monitor. She is co-founder and director of the Livingkindess Foundation which supports women's leadership in global activism. Jan's memoir will explore her relationship with faith and mysticism in the context of her sexuality.


People Are Talking About Our Books

Michael Rubin's Cashed Out published by Fiery Seas Publishing received positive reviews on Jim Nesbitt's Hard-Boiled Books. "Schex " Schexnaydre a failure of a lawyer's only client, toxic waste entrepreneur Guidry, has just been murdered leaving behind $4 million. Schex ends up the target of all those claiming Guidry's millions for themselves. You can read the review here, and experience the legal thriller for yourself by clicking here.


New York-based reviewer, The New Criterion, posted a great review of Laura Lee's historical biography, Oscar's Ghost. Read the review here. Years after Oscar Wilde's death, two of his closest friends, Lord Alfred Douglas and his literary executor Robert Ross- both former lovers - engaged in a bitter battle over Wilde's legacy and who was to blame for his downfall and early demise.  You can read Oscar's Ghost, here.



Brad Chisholm and Claire Kim's thriller K-Town Confidential continues to garner fabulous reviews, the latest from Goodreads is as follows: 

"K-Town Confidential has got to be one of the best books that I have read in a very long time. On a scale of one to ten I would have rated it a ten, but, alas, I'm only allowed to give it a five star rating which really doesn't do it absolutely must read." See what all the buzz around K-Town is about, here.


William Reid's true-crime 

A Dark Night In Aurora, published by Skyhorse Publishing, gets a glitzy new front cover. 




This is the true-crime account of the Aurora Colorado mass murder by James Holmes of innocent moviegoers in 2012. William Reid, a prominent forensic psychiatrist was intimately involved in the case, and gives the reader a clear window into Holmes's life, his psychological underpinnings, and the paths that led to the unspeakable tragedy. Pre-order the chilling book here.


 5 Ways to Build an Author Platform:


1. Define who you are - your platform is about you.

2. Share your knowledge with others-post blogs about yourself, your book and your writing.

3. Connect with your readers - open accounts on social media and start interacting with your targeted audience.

4. Talk to your readers even before your book comes out - build relationships.

5. Interact with other authors -They can be your cheerleaders and your support.

Industry News


PEN America calls for the release of Ukranian Filmmaker, Oleg Stenslov

The prisoner of Russia began a hunger strike in May. The literary organization, PEN America, is pressing for his freedom. More Information


Germany's 2017 book market saw a decrease in book buyers

Their national bookseller's association, Börsenverein des deutschen Buchhandels, is looking for potential buyers. More Information


 Upcoming Events


Bloomsday celebration at McNally-Jackson with novelist Robert Seidman, June 17th at 4:00 pm

Emmy-winner Seidman celebrates James Joyce with a talk and general discussion. More Information


Salman Rushdie to discuss latest book at the Strand Bookstore June 26th at 7:00 pm

His latest in realism, The Golden House, read in the Rare Books Room. More Information



Thank You for Reading!


 Linda Langton, President.

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