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- Erin McFadden (Fletcher & Company) wants both a fictional and a non-fiction book. Agent may move from one agency to another or shut down their mailing schedules, and the terms of submissions may vary. When these agents do not meet your needs, here is a complete listing of new and existing agents looking for customers: Agent looking for customers. She began as an internship with The Atlantic, where she later became an editorial journalist and worked with authors such as John Updike, Joyce Carol Oates, Christopher Buckley, Roxana Robinson and many others.
She has worked as a free-lance journalist and proofreader for Random House and Grove Atlantic and has written reviews of the New York Times Books Review, The Washington Post Books World and other books. What she's looking for: Her main interests are belletristic writing and high-quality business writing, but she is also looking for books, memoirs and children's music.
Fletcher & Company Meg Davis came to Fletcher & Company in 2017 after assisting with ghostwriting in the mountains of Tennessee. Please submit a request, a short summary and the first 5-10 pages of the manuscript/suggestion inserted in the text of the e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not attach any e-mail addresses to your request, as they will be removed.
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