Literary agents in United States
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Terry Dubbs (Running Water Literary Agency) Topeka, Kansas
We are a young agency with talented assistants and a network of publishers. We are very interested in looking at work from new, unpublished, aspiring writers as well as established, published authors.
Leonid Dubizhansky (ALD Literary Agency) San diego
We offer a representation of authors writing both fiction and nonfiction. We only work with traditional publishers, but not self-publishers or print on demand publishers. We accept queries and manuscripts from both published and unpublished authors. As a convenience, we do not charge fees for readin...
Renee Duff Scarsdale, New York
Joel Dunham (The Dunham Group)
Karen Dunn (Stoneleaf Literary Agency) Edisto Island, South Carolina
Whether you're the next Thomas Wolfe or Virginia Woolf, Stoneleaf Literary Agency will make sure your work gets the attention it deserves.
More information about Stoneleaf Literary Agency is available on our website, http://www.stoneleaf.net.
Stoneleaf Literary Agency, Inc. was created in 2003...
Tiffany Durant (Durant Literary Agency)
While being a newer company, we are confident that we can offer the necessities in order to provide you with the opportunity to have your work published. While we are not members of AAR, we still function within the same guidelines for our business.
Each submission will be analyzed and taken into...
Jeff Dwyer (Dwyer & O'Grady, Inc.) Cedar Key, Florida
We are not accepting new clients. We find it helpful for prospective writers of children's books to become members of the Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators before attempting to be represented by an agent. The website is www.scbwi.org. SCBWI maintains a list of agents who specialize i...
James Dye Beacon, Other US
Omar Dyer (Coaches! 101) Jersey City, New Jersey
We don't represent clients, rather then help them get their work copyrighted -- plus in the hands of the correct literary agent. We don't assign contracts, or work on contracting deals with clients, but rather help them copyright their work, and sending them to the correct agency.
JD Eastman (NSP) New York, New York
No reading fees. Specialty: Legal