The Helen Brann Agency, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

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94 Curtis Road
Bridgewater CT 06752

Fax: (860) 355-2572

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Before submitting to The Helen Brann Agency, Inc.

The Market List recommends you verify the query and/or submission guidelines for each literary agent and literary agency before sending a query or submitting your manuscript. Most agencies require a completed manuscript prior to queries or submissions. Review and verify the agency requirements for working with new or unpublished writers as well as their specific areas of interest.

 

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