Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency


Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency

Submission Address

8840 Villa La Jolla Drive
Suite 315
La Jolla CA 92037

Contact: Jodie Rhodes

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Before submitting to Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency

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From the Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency guidelines:

We understand that it’s very difficult for you to give us a true sense of your book based just on a one page query letter. Therefore, we invite you to include the first 30 to 50 pages with your query so we can read the actual material.

You should know that it’s virtually impossible to sell fiction by an unknown author and we take on only a handful of novelists each year. On the other hand, we eagerly accept nonfiction books by acclaimed experts on areas of keen current interest to the public.

Submission Guidelines Details for Jodie Rhodes Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract. One month notice must be given to terminate contract. Charges for copying, fax, phone calls, postage.

Primary Contact: Jodie Rhodes, President

Accepts: Biography, Child, Ethnic, Family, Government, History, Literary, Mainstream, Memoirs, Military, Science, Women's, Young Adult

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