NEW YORK CITY, N.Y. — A literary agency founded by the late Roger Stone has hired a former FoxSports producer to lead its marketing efforts.
The Literary Agency of New York, or LANOA, says it is looking for a marketing strategist to help develop marketing campaigns for LANSIG, a company that specializes in producing literary fiction.
It is the second time Stone has been tapped to work on a literary agency.
Stone is a former chief of staff for President Donald Trump.
He died in April.
— A Michigan literary agency that Stone founded with former Foxsports executive James O’Keefe is being rebranded as LANSAG, or Literary Association of Lansing, the agency said in a statement.
Stone has served as president of the agency for 11 years.
Lansag, which was founded in 2011, has a board of directors of writers and literary agents and an office in Lansing.
“It is an exciting opportunity to grow the LANSOG brand and to bring our clients together for a common purpose,” the agency wrote.LANSIG’s marketing strategy, including social media outreach, will focus on writing and distributing a broad range of literary and cultural fiction.