London, United Kingdom (PressExposure) July 05, 2013 -- IPR License, the global and digital marketplace for books rights, has entered into a partnership with award-winning The Andrew Lownie Literary Agency which will see an unpublished manuscript, with world rights available, selected as the monthly 'Agents Pick' to be featured on a special promotion to over 50,000 publishers in over 90 countries. In addition, the chosen work will also receive a professional written critique.
This represents the latest in a plethora of initiatives to help showcase authors work and highlight their rights licensing potential. In addition to this promotion, IPR License has partnered with a number of self-publishing companies including Troubador, Silverwood Books, PublishNation and Writerworld to help uncover the best new work and ensure that self-published authors, as well as publishers around the world, can maximise the lucrative rights and licensing marketplace.
The Andrew Lownie Literary Agency Ltd, founded in 1988, is one of the UK's leading boutique literary agencies with some two hundred non-fiction and fiction authors and is actively building its fiction list through new agent David Haviland. It prides itself on its personal attention to its clients and specialises both in launching new writers and taking established writers to a new level of recognition.
Tom Chalmers, Managing Director of IPR License, commented:
"We're constantly looking at new ways to help our author members, whether unpublished or already published, showcase their work and get the deals that all their hard work deserves. It's great to be able to partner such a top agency as Andrew Lownie as we look to become the standard industry for publishers and authors looking to license literary rights on a global scale. With a number of additional exciting partnerships in the pipeline, both in the UK and internationally, the business really is going from strength to strength."
Andrew Lownie commented:
"I'm delighted to be working with IPR License in uncovering its monthly 'Agents Pick'. New writing is the lifeblood of any agency, and the growth of self-publishing has created a wonderful framework for testing the commercial potential of new writers, and helping them to hone and develop their work. And as mine is an international literary agency, I'm particularly pleased to be working with such a respected, global organisation as IPR."
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