Alive Celebrates its 25th: Unveils New Branding

Cue the trumpets and light the candles! It’s party time at Alive Communications, which is celebrating its 25th Anniversary and using the occasion to rebrand itself with a new name, website, and logo.

“We changed our name from Alive Communications to Alive Literary Agency, and unveiled a fresh new look across the board,” announced founder and president Rick Christian. “This anniversary presents a great opportunity to celebrate our legacy efforts, but also to freshen things up with a total makeover, and showcase the tremendous momentum of our team.”

“When I started Alive in 1989, I could never have imagined the scope of the agency’s influence today.
We’ve represented some 4,000 titles that have sold over 200 million copies, including countless New York Times bestsellers—14 of which have hit in their #1 slot.”

“When I started Alive in 1989, I could never have imagined the scope of the agency’s influence today. We’ve represented some 4,000 titles that have sold over 200 million copies, including countless New York Times bestsellers—14 of which have hit in their #1 slot, “ Christian said, noting that this anniversary year also saw the launch of a major motion picture from Tri-Star/Sony, adapted from Heaven is for Real that grossed over $125 million.

“It’s been a great run, but we’re not about to rest on our laurels. Alive is moving into the next quarter century with a Triple A team that’s dedicated to discovering and serving this next generation of creatives and culture changers. To that end, we’ve recently signed vibrant, emergent authors such as Bianca Juarez Olthoff, Brandon Hatmaker and Nick Hall, together with business gurus Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavey, and high impact ministries such as SheReadsTruth.”

Christian noted that immense doors are also opening in Hollywood for high quality inspirational content from Alive authors. Two of Karen Kingsbury’s novels were recently signed by the Hallmark Channel, he reported, and production is about to start on another major feature film, while negotiations are concluding for a significant series for mainstream network TV.

“It’s certainly an exciting time to be Alive, and also to witness the tremendous growth of our sister epublishing company Bondfire Books,” Christian said, extending an invitation to visit their newly designed website at www.aliveliterary.com.