Books & Such Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Books & Such Literary Agency


Books & Such Literary Agency

Submission Address

Query via email first. See guidelines for details.

52 Mission Circle, Suite 122
PMB 170
Santa Rosa CA 95409-5370

Contacting Books & Such Literary Agency

Before submitting to Books & Such Literary Agency

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From the Books & Such Literary Agency guidelines:

We do not accept e-mail queries with attachments, or unsolicited phone or postal mail queries.

Submission Guidelines Details for Books & Such Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Adult fiction and non-fiction, teen and young adult fiction and non-fiction, middle grade fiction and non-fiction

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract. Two-month notice must be given to terminate contract. No additional client charges.

Primary Contact: Janet Kobobel Grant, WEndy Lawton, Etta Wilson, Rachel Zurakowski


Accepts: Contemporary, Family, Historical, Humor, Mainstream, Religion, Romance, Self-Help, Women's

Web Address:

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