Literary Agency Services Companies in United States

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53 companies in the 'Literary Agency' category in the publishing serivices directory of United States. [ Page 1 of 6 ]

Dystel & Goderich Literary Management

New York [United States]

Represents fiction and non fiction since 1994. Takes email submissions. New York, NY. Dystel & Goderich Literary Management was founded in 1994 by Jane Dystel, who has been a respected figure in publishing for over 30 years — first as an editor, then as a publisher, and finally as a savvy and successful agent. The agency is the product of her innovative vision of author representation as a full-service enterprise. DGLM was launched with a quickly growing roster of Pulitzer Prize winning journalists, celebrated experts in fields as diverse as parenting, women’s health, and cooking, acclaimed literary and commercial fiction writers, and an eclectic and exciting list of titles. The primary goal of the agency was and is to offer not just financial and contractual advice to its clients, but also editorial guidance and support.

Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency

New York [United States]

The agency represents fiction by Dennis Lehane, Kathleen McCleary (House and Home), Laura Whitcomb (A certain slant of light), and C.J. Box (Blue Heaven), and nonfiction bestsellers, Bad Cat" and the college guides, Looking beyond the Ivy League" and, Colleges that change lives".

Fletcher & Company, LLC

New York [United States]

Fletcher & Company is a full-service literary agency dedicated to writers of upmarket non-fiction, as well as literary and commercial fiction. We work closely with writers and creators of intellectual property to identify their goals, identify markets for their work and strategize each area of exploitation. Where needed, we work closely with specialists to augment our own efforts-from the leading intellectual property law firms, outside publicist and marketing consultants, to film and television partners and licensing agents. We provide traditional literary agent services but with a broader business development eye.

ZSH Literary

Boston [United States]

A New York and Boston based full service literary agency representing all types of fiction and non-fiction. Zachary Shuster Harmsworth is a full-service literary agency with a reputation for working with high quality authors who create deeply intelligent, beautifully crafted works intended for a wide audience. We represent literary, commercial and inspirational fiction, memoirs, biography, history, science, narrative non-fiction and prescriptive books in the areas of business, health, relationships, religion/spirituality, food and wine, fitness, parenting and general psychology.

Waterside Productions Inc.

Cardiff-by-the-Sea [United States]

Waterside Productions is a literary agency, founded in 1982, with offices in California and New York. Waterside Foreign Rights represents many kinds of titles including general non-fiction, mind/body/spirit, business and selected quality fiction.

Sanford J. Greenburger Associates Inc

New York [United States]

Literary Scouting firm, with clients located throughout Europe, Asia and Scandinavia. Greenburger is also a literary agency, with a number of best-selling authors, including Dan Brown and Nelson DeMille.

Levine Greenberg Literary Agency

New York [United States]

We represent people, not just individual projects; more than selling books, we work as our clients, creative and business partners throughout the entire publishing process.

The Sagalyn Literary Agency

Bethesda [United States]

We are a literary agency based in the heart of Washington, D.C. and represent journalists, academics, thinkers, business writers, and novelists. We work primarily with the large New York houses, focusing on upmarket nonfiction, business books, and commercial fiction. In 2012, the Sagalyn Literary Agency formed a strategic alliance with ICM Partners, creating ICM/Sagalyn. More information on the relationship can be found on The Hollywood Reporter and Deadline.

Greyhaus Literary Agency

Puyallup [United States]

Represents only romance and women's fiction. Stories should be at least 75,000 words or targeted directly for a Harlequin line. Please review www.greyhausagency.com for specifics

DSM Agency Literary Agency, Inc.

New York [United States]

Literary agency handlings rights for titles on www.dsmagency.com.

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