Heacock Hill Literary Agency, LLC submission guidelines and market information

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Heacock Hill Literary Agency, LLC

Submission Address

Send queries via email. See guidelines for details.

Phone: (505) 585-0111

Contact: Cat LeBaigue; Tom Dark

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From the Heacock Hill Literary Agency, LLC guidelines:

We are seeking new clients. Please send your query letter by email. No attachments unless invited.

Our literary agents read each and every query letter. Query letters are often discussed and passed between agents. While every query letter receives individual attention, we frequently use a form response due to the volume of queries.

Submission Guidelines Details for Heacock Hill Literary Agency, LLC

Market Types Represented: Adult non-fiction books, juvenile fiction

Agency Terms: Offers written contract.

Email: agent@heacockhill.com

Accepts: Juvenile, Non-Fiction

Web Address: www.heacockhill.com

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