Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc.

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Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc.

Submission Address

897 Boston Post Road
Madison CT 06443

Phone: (203) 245-7308

Fax: (203) 245-3218

Contact: Ronald Zollshan

Contacting Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc.

Before submitting to Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc.

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From the Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc. guidelines:

We welcome the submission of manuscripts from first-time or established children's book authors. Please enclose a self-addressed envelope but note that while we endeavor to read all submissions we cannot guarantee a reply or their return.

Submission Guidelines Details for Kirchoff/Wohlberg, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Children's through Young Adult fiction and non-fiction books

Agency Terms: Offers written contract, binding for at least 1 year.

Primary Contact: Ronald Zollshan

Email: trade@kirchoffwohlberg.com

Accepts: Children, Juvenile, Young Adult

Web Address: www.kirchoffwohlberg.com/literaryagent

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