Denise Shannon Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Denise Shannon Literary Agency

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Denise Shannon Literary Agency

Submission Address

20 W. 22nd St., Suite 1603
New York NY 10010

Phone: (212) 414-2911

Fax: (212) 414-2930

Contact: Denise Shannon

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From the Denise Shannon Literary Agency guidelines:

Please include a description of the available book project and a brief bio including details of any prior publications. We will reply and request more material if we are interested.

Please do not send queries regarding fiction projects until a complete manuscript is available for review.

Submission Guidelines Details for Denise Shannon Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels

Primary Contact: Denise Shannon

Email: submissions@deniseshannonagency.com

Accepts: Biography, Business, Health, Journalism, Literary, Memoirs, Narrative Non-fiction, Politics, Social History

Web Address: www.deniseshannonagency.com

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