Barbara Braun Associates, Inc. is a full service literary agency representing literary and commercial fiction and serious nonfiction. This agency does not represent poetry, science fiction, fantasy, horror or screenplays.

Barbara Braun Associates, Inc.

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Barbara Braun Associates, Inc.

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7 E. 14th St.
Suite 19F
New York NY 10003

Fax: (212) 604-9023

Contact: Barbara Braun

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About Barbara Braun Associates, Inc.:

Barbara Braun Associates, Inc. is a full service literary agency representing literary and commercial fiction and serious nonfiction. The agency is active in selling film rights to the books it represents and works with various Hollywood agencies. This agency does not represent poetry, science fiction, fantasy, horror or screenplays.

Submission Guidelines Details for Barbara Braun Associates, Inc.

Market Types Represented:Fiction, Nonfiction

Primary Contact/s: Barbara Braun, John F. Baker

Email: bbasubmissions@gmail.com

Accepts: Art, architecture, biography, commercial fiction, cultural criticism, fashion and design, film, literary fiction, photography

Web Address: www.barbarabraunagency.com

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