Castiglia Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Castiglia Literary Agency


Castiglia Literary Agency

Submission Address

1155 Camino del Mar, Suite 510
Del Mar CA 92014

Phone: (858) 755-8761

Fax: (858) 755-7063

Contact: Julie Castiglia, Winifred Golden, Deborah Ritchken

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Winifred Golden

Julie Castiglia

From the Castiglia Literary Agency guidelines:

Queries to:

Deborah Ritchken - narrative non-fiction, food/cook books, design, France, literary fiction, no genre fiction.

Winifred Golden - narrative non-fiction, current events/politics, journalism, pop culture, science (non-fiction must have platform); Fiction:commercial,literary, suspense thrillers, YA.

Submission Guidelines Details for Castiglia Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 25% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract with 6-week notice required to terminate.

Primary Contact: Deborah Ritchken, Winifred Golden


Accepts: Commercial, Cookbooks, Current Events, Design, France, Literary, Popular Culture, Science, Suspense, Young Adult

Web Address:

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