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Literary Agent Jennifer DeChiaraLITERARY AGENT:
Jennifer DeChiara
Accepts queries, email
Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency
31 East 32nd Street, Suite 300
New York, NY 10016
FICTION GENRES:  Chick Lit, Commercial, Gay/Lesbian, Humor/Satire, Juvenile, Literary, Mystery/Suspense, Picture Books, Short Stories, Thriller ...
NONFICTION GENRES:  Celebrity, Child Guidance/Parenting, Current Affairs, Drama/Music/Dance, Health/Fitness, How To, Humor/Satire, Popular Culture ...
Literary Agent Aaron RichLITERARY AGENT:
Aaron Rich
Does not accept unsolicited queries
Jenny Meyer Literary Agency
115 West 29th Street, 3rd floor
New York, NY 10001
FICTION GENRES:  Action/Adventure, Commercial, Fantasy, Literary, Military/War/Spy, Science Fiction, Thriller, Whimsical
NONFICTION GENRES:  Action/Adventure, Drama/Music/Dance, Memoirs, Military/War, Narrative, Politics, Popular Culture, Self-Help/Self-Improvement, ...

Find a literary agent  Corresponding with literary agents to find the right literary agent to represent your work takes a lot of time.  You want a literary agent to handle the business of writing, but paradoxically, looking for an agent puts you into the business of writing, which steals time from your work and wears on the creative side of your brain.

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Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
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Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
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Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
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Douglas Stewart
Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
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Robert Guinsler
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Judy Heiblum
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Neeti Madan
Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
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Peter Matson
Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
Does not accept queries

Make finding a literary agent easier  What you need most is organization.  You need organized lists of literary agencies and agents.  Then you need to organize a set of documents to send to the agents—because the type of query they want varies from agency to agency.  And once you start sending your queries, you need to organize records of your submissions and other correspondence. Otherwise, you will lose track of your contacts, waste time on unresponsive agents, query another agent in the same agency and quash your chances, or waste months of time in other ways. can help  Here you will find help for your dealings with literary agents.  There are two levels of help:

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Literary Agent Nina CollinsLITERARY AGENT:
Nina Collins
Accepts queries, email
Collins Literary Agency
30 Bond Street
New York, NY 10012
FICTION GENRES:  Chick Lit, Commercial, Literary, Thriller, Women's Fiction, Young Adult
NONFICTION GENRES:  Child Guidance/Parenting, Cookbooks, Food/Nutrition/Lifestyle, Health/Fitness, History, How To, Memoirs, Narrative, Psychology, Relationships/Dating, Science, Women's Issues
Literary Agent Gail HochmanLITERARY AGENT:
Gail Hochman
Accepts queries
Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc.
1501 Broadway, Suite 2310
New York, NY 10036
FICTION GENRES:  Commercial, Family Saga, Literary, Thriller, Young Adult
NONFICTION GENRES:  Autobiography/Biography, Cultural/Social Interests, Current Affairs, History, Multicultural, Politics, Women's Issues