John Hawkins & Associates, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.


John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

Submission Address

71 W. 23rd St., Suite 1600
New York NY 10010

Phone: (212) 807-7040

Fax: (212) 807-9555

Contact: William Reiss; Moses Cardona; Warren Frazier; Anne Hawkins

Contacting John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

Before submitting to John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

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Moses Cardona

Anne Hawkins

William Reiss

From the John Hawkins & Associates, Inc. guidelines:

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Submission Guidelines Details for John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels, young adult books

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Charges for photocopying.

Primary Contact: Moses Cardona


Accepts: Adventure, Agriculture, Americana, Anthropology, Art, Biography, Business, Creative Non-Fiction, Current Affairs, Detective, Eductaion, Ethnic, Experimental, Family, Feminist, Gardening, Gay, Glitz, Gothic, Government, Health, History, How-To, Interior, Language, Literary, Mainstream, Memoirs, Military, Money, Music, Multicultural, Mystery, Nature, Philosophy, Popular Culture, Psychology, Recreation, Religious, Science, Self-Help, Sex, Sociology, Short Fiction, Sports, Thriller, Translation, Travel, True Crime, Western, Women's, Young

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