Founded in 1989, Alive Communications, Inc. is the nation’s largest literary agency representing faith-based and inspirational authors.

Alive Communications, Inc.


Alive Communications, Inc.

Submission Address

7680 Goddard St.
Suite 200
Colorado Springs CO 80920

Phone: (719) 260-7080

Fax: (719) 260-8223

Editor: Rick Christian

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About Alive Communications, Inc.:

Founded in 1989, Alive Communications is the nation’s largest literary agency representing faith-based and inspirational authors. More than a dozen books represented by Alive Communications have been No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list, and combined sales of books negotiated by Alive agents exceed 150 million copies. Note that Alive Communications works primarily with established, successful authors but is always looking for a breakout author with real talent.

Submission Guidelines Details for Alive Communications, Inc.

Market Types Represented:Fiction, Nonfiction

Primary Contact/s: Rick Christian


Accepts: Christian living, contemporary issues, crime, historical, how-to, humor, inspirational, literary, mainstream, mystery, parenting, personal improvement, religious, self-help, women's issues

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