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Shailendra Chauhan

Rubin Cheek (The Cheek Agency )
Our PR, Publicity and Promotions services are in high demand. Contact us to find out why. Find and fill the market for your book with my help. The Cheek Agency is currently looking to represent new authors in the areas of business, entrepreneurship, finance, economics, biography, spirituality, r...

Renee Chester (Aspirations Literary Agency)
Currently accepting submissions in mainstream, literary, and urban fiction. Also interested in inspirational non-fiction. See www.aspirationslit.com for submission guidelines.

Adam Chromy (Artists and Artisans Inc.)
Artists and Artisans is looking to represent adult trade fiction and nonfiction and accepts query letters with a brief description of the project and the author's bio. We will only respond to queries when interested. No unsolicited manuscripts accepted. Thank you and good luck. We represent fic...

Megan Close (Keller Media, Inc.)
Keller Media is a literary agency based in Marina del Rey, California responsible for over 1,200 rights deals worldwide, including 16 New York Times bestsellers and 7 international bestsellers. There's nothing better to us than a good story, well-told! We love working with authors with great ideas...

Tristram Coburn (Tristram C. Coburn Literary Management)
Tristram C. Coburn brings more than ten years of book publishing experience to his new agency. During his time as an editor for Pocket Books (a division of Simon & Schuster) he worked with numerous NYTs best-selling authors, including Clive Cussler, Richard Marcinko, John Weisman, Col. Philip Corso,...

Graham Cook (Writersworld Limited)

Aaron Cook (Worthy of Publishing Ltd)
http://www.worthyofpublishing.com gives writers the opportunity to showcase their manuscript or self published book for the general public to read, rate and comment on. This free service can provide writers with valuable market feedback on their work as well as the opportunity to potentially attract...

Jennifer De la Fuente (Fountain Literary)
Fountain Literary, founded in 2009, strives to establish long-term relationships with authors to further their careers, in the realm of traditional book publishing and beyond. We are looking for stories that excite, enlighten, and entertain—books that we can’t stop talking about, that we buy for eve...

Anne Devlin (Max Gartenberg Literary Agency)
Max Gartenberg Literary Agency, established in 1954, has placed books with every major American publisher as well as with many smaller ones. Query by email or mail with SASE. No unsolicited proposals or manuscripts are read.

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