3 Literary Agents Open to New Writers

Written by on September 13, 2011 in Book Market - 1 Comment | Print this page



WritersMarket.com lists hundreds of literary agents, who represent fiction, nonfiction, children’s writing, and more. Here are three agencies receptive to new writers:

Andrea Brown Literary Agency specializes in juvenile books. In fact, nearly 98% of projects are either juvenile fiction or nonfiction. Potential authors should query by e-mail only. Specific guidelines are available online.

Lowenstein Associates specializes in health, business, creative nonfiction, and literary and commercial fiction. Potential authors should query either by e-mail or post. Specific guidelines and agent needs are available online.

Tessler Literary Agency represents authors of high quality nonfiction and literary and commercial fiction. Potential authors will need to complete an online submission form on the Tessler website.

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