Folio Literary Management, LLC

Folio Literary Management, LLC

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Folio Literary Management, LLC

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Accepts only email queries. See guidelines for details.

Contact: See website for appropriate agent to contact.

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Before submitting to Folio Literary Management, LLC

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Agents:

Marcy Posner

Steve Troha

Molly Jaffa

Michelle Brower

Erin Niumata

Scott Hoffman

Emily van Beek

Jeff Kleinman

Michael Harriot

Claudia Cross

From the Folio Literary Management, LLC guidelines:

Please visit the Agents section of our website and read the bios of each of our individual agents to figure out which of us might be right for your project, and our individual submission preferences. Agents at Folio ONLY accept email queries.

Submission Guidelines Details for Folio Literary Management, LLC

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

Accepts: Animals, Art, Biography, Business, Child, Cooking, Crime, Equestrian, Erotica, Espionage, Fantasy, Health/Fitness, History, How-To, Humor, Lifestyle, Literary, Memoirs, Military, Mystery, Narrative Non-Fiction, Nature, Popular Culture, Psychology, Relationship, Religion, Romance, Science, Self-Help, Southern, Women's

Web Address: www.foliolit.com

Click here for complete guidelines

 

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