Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc.


Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc.

Submission Address

15 Maiden Lane, Suite 206
New York NY 10038

Phone: (212) 684-6929

Fax: (212) 684-6929

Contact: Ann Rittenberg; Penn Whaling; Peri Halprin

Contacting Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc.

Before submitting to Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc.

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Ann Rittenberg

From the Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc. guidelines:

You must include a self-addressed stamped envelope (SASE) with your snail mail query; otherwise you won’t get one of our pretty and very nice letters back.

If you query us by email, you’ll only hear back if it’s a “yes.”

Send only the first three chapters with your letter. If we want to read your entire manuscript, we’ll ask for it, so please wait for our answer before sending it in. (If you’re querying us by email, please paste the chapters into the body of your message instead of attaching them.)

Submission Guidelines Details for Ann Rittenberg Literary Agency, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books and novels

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract. Charges for photocopying.

Primary Contact: Ann Rittenberg


Accepts: Literary Fiction and Non-fiction, Thriller, Upmarket Women's Fiction

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