Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency


Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency

Submission Address

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53 Old Post Road North
Red Hook NY 12571

Phone: (845)758-9408

Contact: Miriam Altshuler

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Miriam Altshuler

From the Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency guidelines:

Query should include a brief author bio, synopsis of the work and first chapter within the body of the email only. We prefer you provide an email address with your query, and we will contact you if we are interested in reading your work.

Submission Guidelines Details for Miriam Altshuler Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Non-Fiction books, novels, short story collections, juvenile

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Charges for overseas mailing, photocopies, overnight mail when requested by the author.

Primary Contact: Miriam Altshuler

Email: query@maliterary.com

Accepts: Biography, Ethnic, History, Language, Memoirs, Multicultural, Nature, Popular Culture, Psychology, Sociology, Women's Issues, Literary, Mainstream, Juvenile

Web Address: www.miriamaltshulerliteraryagency.com

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