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Agent Brooks Sherman of The Bent Agency - On the children's side, I'm looking for middle grade fiction of all genres (but particularly fantasy adventure and contemporary), humorous projects from author-illustrators, and young adult fiction of all types except paranormal romance. I would especially love to get my hands on a creepy and/or funny contemporary young adult project

Brooks Sherman, agent FinePrint Literary Management, seeking middle grade novels of all genres (but particularly fantasy adventure and contemporary)

Clair Andersen-Wheeler, Agent at Regal Literary Management, 2014 Conference Presenter

Claire Anderson-Wheeler is the newest agent to join the team at Regal Literary Management.

Sarah Davies, Agent at The Greenhouse Literary Agency

Sarah Davies, Agent at The Greenhouse Literary Agency

Adam Muhlig of McIntosh & Otis - He seeks authors of books offering new analysis and fresh perspectives by or about mavericks in the field of music – from jazz to classical to punk – as well as texts focusing on natural history, travel, adventure and sports

New Literary Agent Alert: Adam Muhlig of McIntosh & Otis

This music agent seeks authors of books about mavericks in the field of music – from jazz to punk – and texts on natural history, travel, adventure & sports.

Agent Jenny Bent Wish List

Agent Jenny Bent Wish List

Agent Jenny Bent of The Bent Agency represents literary and commercial adult, young adult, and middle grade fiction. She also represents nonfiction in the areas of memoir, humor and select narrative nonfiction.

Paul Lucas of Janklow & Nesbit Associates

Paul Lucas of Janklow & Nesbit Associates

Dan Strone | Literary Agents in NYC | Trident Media Group. People are amazed when they find out the celebrities, comedians, and public figures that Dan Strone has represented in book publishing. During his established career as the publishing agent to the stars, Dan has represented some of Hollywood's biggest memoirs and nonfiction works.

The literary agents at Trident Media Group provide premier career management for seasoned & emerging authors. Contact a literary agent today!

Agent Tina Wexler of ICM Partners shares her "Six and a half" pieces of advice for those looking for a literary agent to get their work published.

Literary Agent Tina Wexler Shares Advice on Getting Published

I'm thrilled to announce that as of last week I signed with Tina Wexler of International Creative Management (ICM), an amazing agent who reps narrative nonfiction, middle grade, YA and more.

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PETER BEREN is a literary agent and a publishing consultant to authors, self-publishers and  independent publishers

Welcome to the official website for renowned Literary Agent and Book Publishing Consultant Peter Beren! Peter Beren helps authors get works published.

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Russell Galen agent, Scovil, Galen, Gosh Literary.

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Russell Galen agent, Scovil, Galen, Gosh Literary.

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Literary Agent Interview: Brooks Sherman of FinePrint Literary

Brooks Sherman is a literary agent with FinePrint Literary Management, a full-service literary agency based in New York City.

Paul S. Levine of Paul S. Levine Literary Agency.  Represents Fiction – Adventure, Children/Juvenile/Young Adult, Mainstream, Mystery, Politics/Law, Romance, Thrillers, Women’s Fiction.  Represents Non-Fiction – Business/Commerce, Children/Juvenile/Young Adult,  Contemporary/Popular Culture, How-To/ Self-Help, Politics/Law, Relationships, and Sports.

Paul S. Levine of Paul S. Levine Literary Agency. Represents Fiction – Adventure, Children/Juvenile/Young Adult, Mainstream, Mystery, Politics/Law, Romance, Thrillers, Women’s Fiction. Represents Non-Fiction – Business/Commerce, Children/Juvenile/Young Adult, Contemporary/Popular Culture, How-To/ Self-Help, Politics/Law, Relationships, and Sports.

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