Friday, October 15, 2010

What's New at DGLM

We are pleased to welcome John Rudolph and Stephanie DeVita, DGLM’s newest agents. John was most recently executive editor at Putnam Books for Young Readers, where he oversaw books in the children’s, middle grade, and young adult categories, and Stephanie started her career in publishing as an intern at DGLM. We are also pleased to welcome Rachel Stout, DGLM’s newest member, and Jane Dystel’s assistant. Rachel recently graduated from Fordham University with a degree in English.


Dystel & Goderich Literary Management is pleased to announce that Stacey Glick, who has been an agent with the company since 1999, has been named Vice President.  With an impressive roster of clients, Stacey, a former child actress who started out as a film scout, has distinguished herself in the industry for her dedication, her passion and her professionalism.  She is an invaluable part of the DLGM team and has contributed to the agency’s success over the last ten years.


Dystel & Goderich Literary Management is pleased to announce the opening of a West Coast office in Los Angeles, spearheaded by Vice President Michael Bourret.  Michael, who has been with DGLM for 10 years, will continue to maintain and grow his own list of clients while aggressively pursuing new film and TV opportunities for the agency.  Jane Dystel, Miriam Goderich and the entire staff of DGLM are excited by this opportunity to extend the agency’s reach at a time when we are proactively pursuing a number of initiatives to better serve our clients.  The L.A. office will be operational as of December 1st. 

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