Updated: Aug 14, 2020

Tamara Goranson’s INTO THE UNKNOWNis the first book in Vinland Vikings, a feminist revisionist trilogy which recounts the lives of the Norsewomen whose stories have been neglected in the Viking sagas. Freydis, daughter of explorer Erik the Red, finds herself trapped in an abusive marriage. To break the chains that prevent her from divorcing her husband, Freydis becomes the first and only woman to lead a Viking expedition to North America. Sold to Charlotte Ledger and Bethan Morgan at One More Chapter of Harper UK in a three-book deal, byEmmyNordstrom Higdon at The Rights Factory.

Updated: Sep 7, 2020

Public health-trained physician-journalist and contributor to the New York Times Well section, Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran's ON HEALING, in which the author grapples with what it means to heal and be healed, through the lens of science, reportage, and personal reflections, ultimately informing where conventional medicine and so-called 'alternative approaches' might finally find common ground for both individuals and our society, particularly in a post-pandemic world, to Craig Pyette and Anne Collins at Random House Canada, by Sam Hiyate at The Rights Factory (WORLD). 

Dr. Amitha Kalaichandran is a physician, epidemiologist, speaker, and nonfiction writer who has published in the New York Times, Wired, Atlantic, Scientific American, Atavist magazine, Boston Globe,  The Walrus, Maclean's magazine, and the Globe and Mail, among others.

Kalena Miller's debut novel, THE NIGHT WHEN NO ONE HAD SEX, in which a sex pact among a group of teens unravels in a humorous, all-in-one-night romp as the friends navigate the tenuous transition into adulthood and the uncertainty of life after high school, has been acquired by Christina Pulles at Albert Whitman, for publication in fall 2021, agented by Stacey Kondla.

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