Steele-Perkins Literary Agency submission guidelines and market information

Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

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Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

Submission Address

26 Island Ln
Canandaigua NY 14424

Phone: (585) 396-9290

Fax: (585) 396-3579

Contact: Pattie Steele-Perkins

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Before submitting to Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

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From the Steele-Perkins Literary Agency guidelines:

 

Submission Guidelines Details for Steele-Perkins Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Novels

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales. Offers written contract, binding for 1 year, with 1-month notice required to terminate.

Primary Contact: Pattie Steele-Perkins

Email: pattiesp@aol.com

Accepts: Romance, Women's

 

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