Tuesday, May 10, 2011

From page to screen

Faithful followers have already been hearing whispers of the newest development in the life of ZOVA, but the rest of the world is just getting a whiff of the wonderful things to come with Monday's article in The Hollywood Reporter. Already re-posted by Yahoo Movie News and a host of other sites, we're stuffing search engines to overflowing with the buzz. You can read the bulk of the article by Borys Kit below, or peruse The Hollywood Reporter for more Industry news:

The boutique publishing house ZOVA Books has signed with management and production banner Circle of Confusion for representation in film, TV and foreign print rights.

The ZOVA client roster ranges from Dances With Wolves author Michael Blake to Anna Lee Waldo, the Pulitzer Prize nominee for the international bestseller Sacajawea, to best-selling mystery writer Michele Scott (The Wine Lovers Mysteries series).

ZOVA joins Circle of Confusion’s already-formidable literary client list, ranging from comic book and graphic novel publisher IDW Publishing to Walking Dead co-creator Robert Kirkman to Adam Goldberg, the co-creator of Fox’s Breaking In to Matrix directors Andy and Lana Wachowski.

The company is hoping to emphasize the “circle” in their name with the signing, calling it “circular representation,” with plans to identify properties for film and TV translations while also giving the company’s existing clients an outlet for prose work.

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