Bookends, LLC submission guidelines and market information

Bookends, LLC

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Bookends, LLC

Submission Address

Query via email. See guidelines for details.

Contact: See guidelines for the appropriate person to contact, depending on genre.

Contacting Bookends, LLC

Before submitting to Bookends, LLC

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Agents

Jessica Alvarez

Kim Lionetti

Jessica Faust

From the Bookends, LLC guidelines:

BookEnds accepts queries from published and unpublished writers in the areas of romance (and all its sub-genres), young adult, steampunk, urban fantasy, mystery, and women's fiction. In nonfiction we are looking for current affairs, reference, business, health, women's issues, pop science, psychology, sex, parenting, pop culture, true crime, and general nonfiction.

Submission Guidelines Details for Bookends, LLC

Market Types Represented: Novels, non-fiction books

Agency Terms:

Primary Contacts: Jessica Faust, Kim Lionetti, Jessica Alvarez

Email: See website

Accepts: Business, Child, Detective, Ethnic, Gay, Health, How-To, Mainstream Fiction, Money, Mystery, Psychology, Religion, Self-Help, Sex, Thrillers, True Crime, Women's Fiction, Women's Issues

Web Address: www.bookends-inc.com

Click here for complete guidelines

 

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