World Swedish rights to Susin Nielsin's NO FIXED ADDRESS to Berghs Forlag by Ron Eckel at Cooke International, working in association with Clementine Gaisman of Intercontinental Literary Agency, on behalf of Tara Walker at Tundra Books.
World Swedish rights to David Chariandy's award-winning novel, BROTHER, to Albert Bonniers, in a pre-empt, by Ron Eckel at Cooke International, working in association with Gregory Messina at Linwood Messina Literary Agency, on behalf of Jackie Kaiser at Westwood Creative Artists and Martha Kanya-Forstner at McClelland & Stewart. Rights previously sold in: UK Comm. ex. Canada, the US, Catalan, China (Simplified), French, and Spanish.
Rights to bestseller Jordan B. Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life: An Antidote to Chaoshave been sold in 39 territories, including: Minerva in Albania; to GNEZDOTO in Bulgaria; to Argo in the Czech Republic; to Politikens in Denmark; to Aripaev in Estonia; WSOY in Finland; to Michel Lafon in France; to Key Books in Greece; to 21. Szazad Kiado in Hungary; to Gramedia in Indonesia; to Sella Meir in Israel; to Asahi in Japan; to TYTO Alba in Lithuania; to Monsudar in Mongolia; to Gyldendal Norsk in Norway; to Lua de Papel in Portugal; to Editura Trei in Romania; to Progress Kniga in Russia; to Publik Praktikum in Serbia; to Slovensky Tatran in the Slovak Republic; to Planeta in Spain (Spanish and Catalan rights); to Mondial in Sweden; to Common Master Press in Taiwan; to Amarin in Thailand; to Pegasus in Turkey; and to Nash Format in Ukraine. The deals were arranged by Suzanne Brandreth and Hana El Niwairi at Cooke International on behalf of Sally Harding at CookeMcDermid.