Fineprint Literary Agency

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FinePrint is located in New York City and was launched in September 2007 as the merger of the Peter Rubie Literary Agency and the Imprint Agency. We represent both fiction and nonfiction for adults and young adults. Our 12 agents allow us to take on works in many categories.

Patrick Carman - Dark Eden

Year of Publication: 
2011
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Fifteen-year-old Will Besting is sent by his doctor to Fort Eden, an institution meant to help patients suffering from crippling phobias. Once there, Will and six other teenagers take turns in mysterious fear chambers and confront their worst nightmares—with the help of the group facilitator, Rainsford, an enigmatic guide. When the patients emerge from the chamber, they feel emboldened by the previous night's experiences. But each person soon discovers strange, unexplained aches and pains. . . .

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Yvonne Navarro - Concrete Savior

Year of Publication: 
2011
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THE DARK REDEMPTION SERIES
Book 2

THEY SAY NO GOOD DEED GOES UNPUNISHED. BRYNNA MALAK IS LIVING PROOF .

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Allison Pang - A Brush of Darkness

Year of Publication: 
2011
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From Publishers Weekly: A cluttered cast and an unfocused plot almost bury the pleasantly original world-building in this uneven urban fantasy debut. In a riff from the old ballad "Thomas the Rhymer," the Faery court holds the balance between the forces of heaven and hell, and denizens of all three realms meet in the mortal world via human Touchstones such as hapless Abby Sinclair.

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Charles Dickens and Sherri Browning Erwin - Grave Expectations

Year of Publication: 
2011

Product Description
A clever literary mash-up that rewrites Charles Dickens's Great Expectations with Pip as a werewolf and Estella as a vampire slayer.

About the Author
Charles Dickens (1821-1870) used his fiction to criticize the injustices of his time, especially the brutal treatment of the poor. He is also the author of Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, David Copperfield, A Tale of Two Cities, and Great Expectations. He was born in Portsmouth, England.

Regina Brett - Be the miracle : 50 Lessons for Making the Impossible, Possible

Year of Publication: 
2012
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About the Author

Regina Brett has been a newspaper columnist for fourteen years, eight of them for Cleveland's Plain Dealer, where she was a finalist in 2008 and 2009 for the Pulitzer Prize in Commentary. Her last book, God Never Blinks, was a New York Times bestseller. Regina hosts her own call-in talk show on WCPN, the Cleveland NPR affiliate, "The Regina Brett Show," which is broadcast to Ohio and parts of Pennsylvania.

Leigh Bardugo - the Grisha

Year of Publication: 
2012
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Inspired by Tsarist Russia, THE GRISHA brings to life a fantasy world of superstition and science, saints and samovars, in which a lonely refugee must leave behind her best friend- and first love- to save her country from the growing darkness of the Unsea. But first she must contend with the dangerous and decadent world of the kingdom’s magical elite and their powerful leader, a creature of dark charm and deadly ambition.

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Val Walker - The Art of Comforting What to Say and Do for People in Distress

Year of Publication: 
2010
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"In The Art of Comforting, Val Walker points to a great irony in our society today: as hyper-'connected' as we are, deep down, many of us fear that we lack the ability to effectively comfort another human being. This wise and inspiring book provides a step-by-step guide to sitting down and establishing a human-to-human connection, even in the most difficult or chaotic situations."
—Greg Mortenson, New York Times bestselling author of
Three Cups of Tea

Denis G. Campbell - 18 Days to Freedom, The Revolution was Tweeted

Year of Publication: 
2011

18 Days to Freedom – The Revolution was Tweeted: The 2011 Egyptian Revolution and how Twitter changed journalism