Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc.

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Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc.

Submission Address

Prefers email queries. See guidelines for details.

381 Park Avenue South
Suite 428
New York NY 10016

Phone: (212) 725-5288

Fax: (212) 725-5275

Contact: Stuart Krichevsky

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From the Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc. guidelines:

We vastly prefer email queries. You will get the quickest response by writing to us with a query letter and a synopsis.
For security reasons, we do not open attachments, so please send your message in the body of your email. We will request hard copy of materials if we’re interested.

Submission Guidelines Details for Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels

Email: query@skagency.com

Accepts: Adventure, Biography, Business, Commercial Fiction, Current Affairs, Fantasy, Literary, Memoir, Science, Science Fiction, Young Adult

Web Address: www.skagency.com

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