The Elaine P. English Literary Agency is a Romance Writers of America recognized agency which represents only women's fiction, cozy mysteries, and romances of all sub-genres. This agency does not handle children's picture books, young adult, science ficti...  more

The Elaine P. English Literary Agency

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The Elaine P. English Literary Agency

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4710 41st St. NW, Suite D
Washington DC 20016

Phone: (202) 362-5190

Fax: (202) 362-5192

Contact: Elaine English, Lindsey Skouras

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About The Elaine P. English Literary Agency:

The Elaine P. English Literary Agency is a Romance Writers of America recognized agency which represents only women's fiction, cozy mysteries, and romances of all sub-genres. The Elaine P. English Liteary Agency markets subsidiary rights for its authors and has affiliations with sub-agents for film rights and translation rights internationally. This agency does not handle children's picture books, young adult, science fiction, horror, thrillers, short stories, memoirs, screenplays or any non-fiction.

Submission Guidelines Details for The Elaine P. English Literary Agency

Market Types Represented:Fiction

Primary Contact/s: Elaine English

Email: elaine@elaineenglish.com

Accepts: Chick Lit, Erotica, Historical, Mystery, Romance, Women's Fiction

Web Address: www.elaineenglish.com/literary.php

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