Dunham LIterary, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

Dunham LIterary, Inc.


Dunham Literary, Inc.

Submission Address

110 William St., Suite 2202
New York NY 10038-3901

Phone: (212) 929-0994

Contact: Jennie Dunham

Contacting Dunham Literary, Inc.

Before submitting to Dunham Literary, Inc.

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Jennie Dunham

From the Dunham Literary, Inc. guidelines:

Please do not send manuscripts unless they are requested by us after receiving your query letter. It generally takes between one to two weeks from the time we receive query letters to read and respond to them.

Submission Guidelines Details for Dunham Literary, Inc.

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.

Primary Contact: Jennie Dunham

Email: query@dunhamlit.com

Accepts: Anthropology, Biography, Children's Picture Books, Ethnic, Government, Health, History, Juvenile, Language, Literary, Mainstream, Nature, Popular Culture, Psychology, Science, Women's, Young Adult

Web Address: www.dunhamlit.com

Click here for complete guidelines



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