Rights Available! A Grandfather's Wild WWII Tales Told in Michael Chabon's Latest Novel

Chabon's 'Moonglow,' along with Stacey Lee's 'Dear Miss Sweetie,' are both ripe for optioning.
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'Moonglow' by Michael Chabon

Moonglow (HarperCollins) by Michael Chabon
Agency: UTA

The acclaimed novelist and occasional screenwriter (John Carter, Spider-Man 2) has won rave reviews for his latest, in which a dying man finally opens up to his grandson with a wild tale about his life, from World War II to the space program.

Dear Miss Sweetie (Putnam Children's) by Stacey Lee
Agency: Gersh/Nelson Literary

With inclusive female-led stories in demand, this 1890s Atlanta-set YA novel, out in 2018, follows a Chinese teen who moonlights as a supposedly white newspaper advice columnist to defend a black man accused of raping a white woman.

This story first appeared in the Dec. 16 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.

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