Pontas networking in Munich

At Pontas we always say that the more digital and technological we become, the more important face to face meetings are. That’s why almost every month someone from the Pontas team is “on the road” to meet publishers, film producers and authors wherever they are. During book fairs and film markets or in between, when everybody has

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Pontas in Stockholm

The first trip of the Pontas Agency this 2019 was a visit to Stockholm, Sweden. Two authors represented by the agency live in Stockholm, and we always try to see all our authors, wherever they are based, as often as we possibly can. Maria Cardona was in the city for a couple of days to

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Pontas in New York

As every year, the Pontas Agency travels to New York to meet editors and scouts in their own offices. This year, Maria Cardona was the one attending on behalf of the Pontas team. There are more editors and imprints in the US eager to acquire international fiction, both in English and in translation. In three days of meetings, Maria met with more than

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Pontas’ catching up in New York

As every year, Pontas travels to New York to meet editors and scouts in their own offices and take the pulse of the publishing industry. This year, Maria Cardona was the one attending on behalf of the Pontas team. There are more editors and imprints in the US eager to acquire international fiction, both in English and in translation. In

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Pontas at the “Literary agents and copyright management in France” conference

On Friday November 13th, 2015, took place an interesting one-day conference about “Literary agents and copyright management in France”, organized by the Centre Régional des Lettres (CRL) Midi-Pyrénées, in Toulouse. Anna Soler-Pont was one of the panelists on behalf of the Pontas Agency, together with Emmanuelle Urien (French author represented by Pontas). Marc de Gouvenain

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Pontas in New York and at BEA

Jessica Craig recently traveled to New York for her first office meetings with US editors since starting with Pontas last September. Her days were full of meetings at some of the major publishing houses: Penguin Random House, Little, Brown, and HarperCollins. There are more editors and imprints in the US eager to acquire new fiction than

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