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This is the place to find customers - Fantasy, Scifi, YA, Romantic, Literary Fiction, Non-Fiction and more

There are four operatives here who are active caterers. Kat Kelly Peterson (Corvisiero) is looking for MG, YA, NA and grown-up fantasies, paranormales, sci-fi, historic and romantic. AlbertĀ Lee (Aevitas) is interested in non-fiction. The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency (Alexandra Weiss) is looking for literature in all classes. Aevitas' Lori Galvin is interested in literature (especially thriller and clever women's literature) and non-fiction (cookbooks, memoirs and individual development).

Agent may move from one agency to another or shut down their mailing schedules, and the terms of submissions may vary. Should these intermediaries not meet our needs, here is a complete listing of new and existing intermediaries looking for clients: CROSBY: I' m an operative looking for customers. So Kelly is the assistant operative for Corvisiero Literary. She has always been in the sky, whether it' s daydreaming, literacy or just relaxing, hoping that her fantasies would come to life.

Having taken a backward leap and reassessed her own lives, she realised that perhaps she should have concentrated on the frahlings and publishers before. Anything she' s looking for: Imaginative, paranormal, sci-fi. Fantasy (all sub-genres of imagination accepted), Steampunk, Sci-Fi, Paranormal, Historical and Dystopian (hold the stereotypes, the burns, and illnesses, please), Sword and Sorcery, a very select few for contemporary romance, and any of the above with powerful, feminine protagonists.

Fantasy, paranormal, romance (cowboys, someone? Sexy and some geeky entrepreneurs? Celebrity? Yes?), Historical Romance, or a combo of the above. It''Adult fiction: Fantasy, romance. YA Fantasy is her greatest love. It is not looking for non-fiction books, emotional unrest, mysteries/crime, children's picture books. Inquiry[ at] corvisieroagency.com. Then, you should send your request to a particular agents with the sentence "Search by[agent name]":

"Belletristically, we need a request message to be inserted into the text of your e-mail, together with a 1-2 page summary (containing spoiler and extension) and the first 5 pages of your work. These will either be appended as 2 Word etc. pages or inserted into the request e-mail. Anything he' s looking for:

Alexandra Weiss has recently started working for The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency as an associated agency and is currently developing her customer census. Anything she' s looking for: Young-adults: realisticism, magic realisticism, sci-fi (especially if it involves genuine sci-fi and/or astronomy), para-normal, historic phantasy and fanci. Intermediate and children's literature: open to all styles.

Different fiction: She is not looking for romanticism, but for a storyline that will take the idea that every storyline is a romantic one to new levels. Literal or magic realisticism is favored, but the only styles she is not interested in are non-fiction, serious mystery, fear or mystery novel. If you have a question, please send a request message with the term "Inquiry" in the reference line to Alexweis. Jdlite[at] Gmail.com.

If you are an experienced author of a photo album, please mail your request and your CV with the full text of your photo album to the text of the e-mail. Before coming to Aevitas, Galvin was editor-in-chief at America's Test Kitchen, a multi-media publishing house, where she headed a creative writing and production staff that published a dozen groundbreaking cookery books. He was also an editorial journalist with Houghton Mifflin, a chef of restaurants, and ran a B&B in Maine.

She is interested in literature (especially thriller and intelligent women's literature) as well as non-fiction (cookbooks, memoirs and individual development). It blog about the publisher community, gives useful hints on how to get an agency, list agencies 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 on publication and other forms of madness.

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