Brown Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

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Brown Literary Agency

Submission Address

410 Seventh St. NW
Naples FL 34120

Contact: Roberta Brown

Contacting Brown Literary Agency

Before submitting to Brown Literary Agency

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Agents:

Roberta Brown

From the Brown Literary Agency guidelines:

This Agency represents Women’s Fiction, Single Title Romance (paranormal, romantic suspense, contemporary, historical, inspirational), as well as Category Romance. We have eclectic tastes and are looking for unique voices, strong characterization, and page-turning plots.

We also represent young adult novels, mystery cozies, and the occasional thriller.

We welcome submissions by multipublished authors as well as aspiring writers.

Submission Guidelines Details for Brown Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Novels

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract. Thirty-day notice required to terminate contract.

Primary Contact: Roberta Brown

Email: broagent@aol.com

Accepts: Women's Fiction, Romance, Young Adult, Mystery, Thriller

Web Address: www.brownliteraryagency.com

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