Curtis Brown, Ltd.submission guidelines and market information

Curtis Brown, Ltd.

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Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Submission Address

Attn: Query Department
Ten Astor Place
New York NY 10003
Phone: (212) 473-5400

Contacting Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Before submitting to Curtis Brown, Ltd.

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 Review and verify the agency requirements for working with new or unpublished writers as well as their specific areas of interest.

 

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Agents:


Sarah LaPolla

Anna Webman

Katherine Fausset

Ginger Knowlton

Mitchell Waters

Elizabeth Harding

Laura Blake Peterson

Peter Ginsberg

Maureen Walters

Ginger Clark

From the Curtis Brown, Ltd. guidelines:

Curtis Brown represents adult and children’s authors of all genres, including illustrators. If you would like to submit a manuscript or proposal, please send us a query letter, a synopsis of the work, a sample chapter and a brief resume.

Submission Guidelines Details for Curtis Brown, Ltd.

Market Types Represented: All genres

Agency Terms: Offers written contract. Charges for some postage.

Accepts: Fiction, Non-Fiction, Plays, Poetry

Web Address: www.curtisbrown.com

Click here for submission guidelines

 

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