I’m dedicated to helping you with your most valuable assets – the rights to your literary works.
You are a big-hearted publishing entrepreneur with an established business and wish to seamlessly expand beyond your core business into international media rights licensing with specialized support for your unique business situation.
“Claudia, THANKS! You are the perfect example of an agent! I can tell you without question that your free Monday eNewsletters and E-Mails alone are so exact and straight to-the-point that they provide more REAL value than all the other empty-promise, we’ve all paid for. I’m a fan and I can’t help but to admire you.”Aleksandra M. | Literary Agent | Poland
“Hi Claudia, Thank you for your priceless help and patience.”Mariusz G. | Publisher | Poland
“Claudia, Thank you for such a personalised and thoughtful response.”Shejoy K. | International Business Development, Publishing | India
“Thank you so much Claudia, be blessed.”Salom S. | Writer | Nigeria
“Dearest Claudia, Thank you so much. It was a great pleasure to meet and work with you.”Canan S. | Rights & Acquisitions | Turkey
Quick Tips About Foreign Rights in Book Publishing
If you’re unsure about how to approach global book publishing right now
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Aim to sell, license and cover the full range of potential book subsidiary rights
(This list may not be comprehensive but gets you started.)
#1) foreign rights and translation rights
#2 mass market paperback rights
#3 book club rights
#4 electronic rights
#5 dramatic rights
#6 performance rights
#7 film rights & motion rights & multimedia rights
#8 TV rights
#9 audio rights & audio book rights
#10 audiovisual rights
#11 merchandizing rights
#13 rights for the reading-impaired
The long answer is that there has never been a better or more important time to invest in yourself and your business.
So, the question isn’t: “Do I need to sell and license my book subsidiary rights for my business.”, but “Can I afford to not to do it”. If you want to continue thriving in the long term, the short answer is: “Nope!”
I encourage you to explore our diverse list to learn more about The Wittmann Agency!