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There are two agents here looking for customers. He is looking for non-fiction for adults, children's literature and non-fiction literature, memorabilia and illustratediction. She is interested in literary literature, non-fiction and YA. It is possible for agents to shut down their listings or move from one agency to another, and the terms of submissions may vary. When these agents do not meet your needs, you will find a complete listing of agents looking for authors under Agents looking for customers.
On Suzy: Suzy is a lawyer, writer and salesman. She' s a graduate of UC Berkeley in the field of historical studies. Anything she' s looking for: Suzy is particularly in search of serious non-fiction in the adults' literature scene, especially from those who are looking for a shift from academia to commerce, and from those who have something original and important to say.
She is also looking for intelligent parent textbooks with useful, inventive pegs that fill a void in the notion; nutrition, cookery, health and dieting tracks, especially gourmet stories of all tastes; sport textbooks with intelligent cross-over aptitude in other categories, especially story and philosophies; self-help by writers with nationwide plattforms and engaging, beautifully composed memoirs, as well as pop cultures, humour and small whimsical textbooks.
Suzy' s children's front is looking for compelling, inventive textbooks that inspire students to learn; crazy/comic MG feature films with serial potentials; and YA graphics romances that breathe fresh air into story, literary and intriguing historic characters, heart-warming, aging MG works; modern YA films that address challenging themes and can be placed in the room to inspire useful discussions and thoughts; and cute, lyric textbooks.
Romantic, sci-fi/fantasy, or anything with a vampire, unless it's a story of a vampire, then she'd like to take a look at it! Notion: Fiction: We would like you to submit an enquiry form, a 1-page summary, a short biography (with a short account of your publisher and the first 10-15 pages of your work. All articles in the text of the e-mail should be sent, not as attachments.
We would like to receive an enquiry from you, an overviews of your projects with a summary of chapters, a short biography (with a short account of your publisher's history), a short summary of the competitor titles and the first 10-15 pages of your first one. All articles in the text of the e-mail should be sent, not as attachments.
You are kindly requested to submit an enquiry form, a short biography (with a short account of your publication history) and a complete text of the script, which will be inserted below your enquiry. All articles in the text of the e-mail should be sent, not as attachments. On Barbara: Barbara Berson (BA, MA), has had an extended editorial background in both her home NYC and Toronto, most recently as senior editor with Penguin Books, where she has purchased and published bestsellers, award-winning novels, non-fiction and YA by Joseph Boyden, Colin McAdam, Lee Henderson, Roy MacGregor, Teresa Toten and Carrie Mac, among others.
She is interested in literary literature, non-fiction and YA. Please submit an enquiry note, a short biography, a summary and a current example to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enquiry notes and write tests should be included in the text of the e-mail. It blog about the publisher community, gives useful hints on how to get an agency, list agents looking for customers, as well as editors who accept scripts directly from authors, explain how to sell and support their work, how to set up their on-line platforms, how to get press coverage, how to post themselves and where to find marketplaces for their work in editing... and other forms of madness.