Rights & Distribution

Rights

Foreign Publication Rights, Audiobook, and Excerpts
Except for the territories listed below, all queries should be directed to Eric Obenauf: eric[at]twodollarradio.com.


French
Anne Maizeret
La Nouvelle Agence
7 rue Corneille
75006 Paris
France
e: anne[at]lanouvelleagence.fr, michele[at]lanouvelleagence.fr


German
Oliver Brauer
Agentur Brauer
Fürstenstr. 6
80333 München
Germany
e: brauer[at]agentur-brauer.de
ph: 089 125 09 65-25


Italian
Clementina Liuzzi
Clementina Liuzzi Literary Agency
via Filippo Civinini 20
00197 Roma
Italy
e: clementina[at]litag.it
ph: +39 0689272346


Spanish & Portugese
Henriette Hubacher
International Editors' Co.
Provenza, 276, 1r, 08008 Barcelona
Spain
e: henriette.hubacher[at]internationaleditors.com
ph: (+34) 932 158 812


Turkey
Amy Spangler
Anatolia Lit
Caferaga Mah., Gunesli Bahce Sok.
No:48 Or.Ko Apt.B Blok D:4
34710 Kadikoy- Istanbul
Turkey
e: amy[at]anatolialit.com
ph: +90 216 700 10 88




TWO DOLLAR RADIO TITLES AVAILABLE ABROAD
The Drop Edge of Yonder is available as Zebulon in France courtesy of Christian Bourgois Editeur, in hardcover in German from Residenz Verlag, and in paperback in German from Heyne Verlag. The Drop Edge of Yonder is forthcoming in Spanish from Tropo Editores.

Erotomania: A Romance is available as Erotomania: Una historia de amor in Spain courtesy of Tusquets Editores.

Some Things That Meant the World to Me is available as Tutto Quello Cheo Amo in Questa Vita al Contrario in Italy courtesy of Elliot Edizioni.

The People Who Watched Her Pass By is available in German from Residenz Verlag.

Haints Stay is available in French from Éditions Denoël and in English in the UK from No Exit Press.

Nog is forthcoming in Spanish from Underwood Editions.

Crapalachia is forthcoming in French from Editions Cambourakis.

I Smile Back is forthcoming in Italian from Safara Editore.




AUDIOBOOKS
The Drop Edge of Yonger, 1940, I Smile Back, Nog, The Cave Man, and Some Things That Meant the World to Me are available as audiobooks courtesy of Audible.com.

The Orange Eats Creeps, Damascus, and Radio Iris are available from Recorded Books.

Binary Star is available from ListenUp Audiobooks.

Film & TV

Two Dollar Radio is represented by Eddie Gamara and Nate Matteson at the Gotham Group.

The Gotham Group
9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515
Los Angeles, CA 90069
gotham-group.com
ph: 310-285-0001

Distribution

United States & Canada
Publishers Group West
1700 Fourth Street
Berkeley, CA 94710
pgw.com
ph: 612-746-2600
e: info@pgw.com
To order books, call 800-788-3123, or email orderentry@perseusbooks.com.


United Kingdom
Turnaround Publisher Services
Unit 3, Olympia Trading Estates
Coburg Road, Wood Green
London, N22 6TZ
United Kingdom
turnaround-uk.com
ph: 020-8829-3002
e: customercare@turnaround-uk.com

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