Linda Kaplan of Defiore and Company will now handle foreign rights for Mansion Street Literary Management.
Canadian author Susan Swan and Harper Canada senior editor Janice Zawerbny have founded the Carol Shields Prize for Fiction, which will award $150,000 annually to a work of fiction by a woman or nonbinary person published in the previous year, beginning in 2022. The prize is funded for the first three years by an anonymous corporate donor, and Swan and Zawerbny have created a foundation to raise money for administrative costs. Additionally, four finalists will each receive $12,500. The NYT writes that Zawerbny and Swan named the prize after Shields “because of her dual Canadian and United States citizenship and the way her work centered domestic life.”
Representative Eric Swalwell will publish ENDGAME: Inside the Impeachment of Donald J. Trump, with Abrams Press on April 7. It promises to “take readers behind the scenes of Congress’ courageous defense of the rule of law…with details and stories from inside the Democratic caucus and the Intelligence and Judiciary committees.”