Adams Literary submission guidelines and market information.

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Adams Literary

Submission Address

All queries and submissions must be made electronically. See guidelines for details.

Phone: (704)542-1440

Fax: (704)542-1450

Contact: Tracey Adams, Josh Adams, Quinlan Lee

Contacting Adams Literary

Before submitting to Adams Literary

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Agents:

Josh Adams

Tracey Adams

From the Adams Literary guidelines:

Adams Literary is exclusively dedicated to representing the finest children's book authors and artists.

While we give every submission careful consideration, we look for unforgettable, life-changing books: literary stories, high-concept speculative fiction, unique fantasy adventure, humor, and character-driven picture books. We gravitate toward the timeless, not the trendy.

Submission Guidelines Details for Adams Literary

Market Types Represented: Children's books

Primary Contact: Tracey Adams, Josh Adams, Quinlan Lee

Email: info@adamsliterary.com

Accepts: Children

Web Address: www.adamsliterary.com

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