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Writers House UK

Contacts
7th Floor, Waverley House
7-12 Noel Street
London, W1F 8GQ
United Kingdom
email: 
Akowal@writershouse.com
Personnel: 

Contact

  • Angharad Kowal

 

Our agents work with literary and commercial fiction, women's fiction, science fiction/fantasy, narrative non-fiction, history, memoirs, biographies, psychology, science, parenting, cookbooks, how-to, self-help, business, finance, young adult and juvenile fiction/non-fiction and picture books.  Read more

Lippincott Massie McQuilkin

Contacts
27 West 20th Street
Suite 305
New York, NY 10011
United States
tel: 
(212)352-2055
email: 
info@lmqlit.com
Personnel: 


  • Will Lippincott is interested in narrative nonfiction and nonfiction in the areas of politics, history, biography, foreign affairs, and health.
  • Maria Massie seeks literary and upmarket commercial fiction (including select young adult and middle grade), memoir, and narrative nonfiction.
  • Rob McQuilkin focuses on literary fiction as well as narrative nonfiction and nonfiction in the areas of memoir, history, biography, art history, cultural criticism, and popular sociology and psychology.
  • Jason Anthony is interested in commercial fiction of all types, including young adult, and nonfiction in the areas of memoir, pop culture, true crime, and general psychology and sociology.
  • Kent Wolf focuses on literary and commercial fiction, including young adult and select middle grade, narrative nonfiction, memoir, essays, and pop culture.
  • Ethan Bassoff seeks literary fiction, crime fiction, and narrative nonfiction in the areas of history, sports writing, journalism, science writing, pop culture, humor, and food writing.
  • Laney Katz Becker gravitates toward "book club fiction," (i.e. novels with substance that you're eager to talk about); novels with a great voice; character-driven stories; and smart, psychological thrillers and novels of suspense
  • Shannon O'Neill seeks narrative nonfiction and nonfiction in the areas of popular science, current affairs, history, and memoir. She is also interested in literary and upmarket commercial fiction

In 2012, LMQ acquired the venerable literary agency Russell & Volkening, Inc. Founded in 1940 by publishing legends Diarmuid Russell and Henry Volkening, and later acquired by Timothy Seldes before its acquisition by LMQ, Russell & Volkening joins LMQ intact as a corporate entity.  Read more

Frances Collin Literary Agent

Contacts
PO Box 33

Wayne, Pennsylvania PA 19087
United States
tel: 
610-254-0555
fax: 
610-254-5029
Personnel: 

Owner

  • Frances Collin

Founded 1948; Specialisations of interest to UK writers: mysteries, women's fiction, history, biography, science fiction, fantasy.

No screenplays.

No unsolicited MSS. Letter queries must include sufficient IRCs. Works in conjunction with agents worldwide.

Successor to Marie Rodell-Frances Collin Literary Agency.

The Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency

Contacts
548 Broadway
Suite 5E
New York, NY 10012
United States
tel: 
212-431-4554
email: 
agent@ethanellenberg.com
Personnel: 

President Agent

  • Ethan Ellenberg

Fiction and non-fiction (home 15%, overseas 20%). Commercial fiction: thrillers, mysteries, children's, romance, women's, ethnic, science fiction, fantasy and general fiction; also literary fiction with a strong narrative. Non-fiction: current affairs, health, science, psychology, cookbooks, new age, spirituality, pop-culture, adventure, true crime, biography and memoir.  Read more

Richard Curtis Associates Inc.

Contacts
171 East 74th Street
Floor 2
New York, NY 10021
United States
tel: 
212-772-7363
Personnel: 

President

  • Richard Curtis

All types of commercial non-fiction.

Foreign rights handled by Baror International.

Do not represent stage plays or screenplays, short fiction/non-fiction, poetry, children's books or young adult books. Guidelines  Read more

The Evan Marshall Agency

Contacts
1 Pacio Court

Roseland, New Jersey 07068-1121
United States
tel: 
973-287-6216
fax: 
973-488-7910
email: 
evan@evanmarshallagency.com
Personnel: 

President

  • Evan Marshall

We are actively seeking new clients. We accept submissions in all genres of adult and young-adult full-length fiction. We do not handle articles, children's books, essays, memoirs, nonfiction, novellas, poetry, screenplays, short stories, stage plays.

Submission guidelines  Read more

Alison Picard, Literary Agent

Contacts
PO Box 2000

Cotuit , MA 02635
United States
tel: 
508-477-7192
email: 
ajpicard@aol.com
Personnel: 

Contact

  • Alison Picard

Adult fiction and non-fiction, children's and young adult (15%). 

No short stories, poetry, plays, screenplays or sci-fi/fantasy. 

No reading fee. 

Founded 1985.

Eve White

Contacts
54 Gloucester Street

London, SW1V 4EG
United Kingdom
tel: 
02076301155
email: 
eve@evewhite.co.uk
Personnel: 

Contact

  • Eve WhiteAgent for commercial and literary fiction and non-fiction, children's fiction (home 15%, overseas 20%). No submissions by email. No reading fee. Will suggest revision where appropriate. See website for up-to-date submission requirements.

Commercial and literary fiction and non-fiction, children's fiction (home 15%, overseas 20%). Submissions only by email. No reading fee. Will suggest revision where appropriate. See website for up-to-date submission requirements.

Does not accept poetry, short stories, screenplays, science fiction or fantasy for adults. Not currently looking for picture books.  Read more

Susanna Lea Associates

Contacts
28 rue Bonaparte

Paris, 75006
France
tel: 
(01) 53 10 28 40
email: 
postmaster@susannalea.com

Based in Paris, France, in 2000. In 2004 opened an office in New York and in 2008 in London

Writing with international potential.

No poetry, plays, screenplays, science fiction, educational text books, short stories or illustrated works.

No unsolicited email or fax queries - detailed guidelines.

Conville & Walsh Ltd

Contacts
2 Ganton Street

London, W1F 7QL
United Kingdom
tel: 
020-7287 3030
fax: 
020-7287 4545
email: 
(firstname)@convilleandwalsh.com
Personnel: 

Directors

  • Clare Conville
  • Patrick Walsh

All genres of fiction and non-fiction (generally upmarket to mass market), children's books. No poetry, screenplays or short stories. No reading fee. Picture books, fiction for 5-8 and 9-12 year-olds, teenage fiction, series fiction and film/TV tie-ins (home 15%, overseas 20%). Also handles adult literary and commercial fiction and non-fiction.  Read more

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