- Editor Emily Griffin at Grand Central (the former Warner Books) bought Marine biologist and science journalist Sheril Kirshenbaum's THE SCIENCE OF KISSING, an interdisciplinary look at why and how we kiss, drawing on neuroscience, classical history, evolutionary biology, anthropology, and popular culture.
- Christel Winkler at John Wiley & Sons bought Dr. Ava Shamban's SKIN SURVIVAL SKILLS. Shaman is founder and director of the Laser Institute for Dermatology and the Recovery Skin Care Clinic.
- Henry Ferris at William Morrow (owned by Harper Collins) bought Dr. Gail Levin's THE LIFE AND TIMES OF LEE KRASNER: An Artist's Biography. Dr. Levin is Professor of art history, American studies, and women studies at Baruch College and the Graduate Center of CUNY. This book examines Krasner's evolution as an artist during the pre-feminist era and after from a woman's perspective, outside the context of Jackson Pollock.
- Tony Award-winning playwright and author David Rabe's untitled novel about a soldier and a Vietnamese whore, set during the Vietnam War, was sold to Sarah Hochman at Simon & Schuster.
- In the Children's/ Young Adult category, James Moore's THE HYDES, the story of five unrelated youths who come to realize that they are all the product of genetic experimentation and must seek each other out if they're to survive the forces of evil looking to find them, sold to Ben Schrank at Razorbill.
- In the Religion/Spirituality arena editor Amy Caldwell at Beacon Press bought Forrest Church's THE FORREST CHURCH READER, a collection of essays by the minister of public theology of All Souls in New York, and author of LOVE & DEATH: My Journey Through the Valley of the Shadow.