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Howard Morhaim Literary Agency, Inc.


Howard Morhaim Literary Agency, Inc.

Submission Address

Accepts queries/submissions via email. See guidelines for details.

Phone: (718) 222-8400

Fax: (718) 222-5056

Contact: Kate McKean, Howard Morhaim

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Before submitting to Howard Morhaim Literary Agency, Inc.

The Market List recommends you verify the query and/or submission guidelines for each literary agent and literary agency before sending a query or submitting your manuscript. Most agencies require a completed manuscript prior to queries or submissions. Review and verify the agency requirements for working with new or unpublished writers as well as their specific areas of interest.


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Kate Menick

Kate McKean

Howard Morhaim

From the Howard Morhaim Literary Agency, Inc. guidelines:

Please send a cover letter and the first three chapters of your novel, or the full nonfiction proposal.

Submission Guidelines Details for Howard Morhaim Literary Agency, Inc.

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

Primary Contact: Kate McKean


Accepts: Crafts, Food, Literary, Middle Grade Fiction, Narrative Non-Fiction, Paranormal Romance, Popular Culture, Sports, Urban Fantasy, Women's Fiction, Young Adult

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