Stimola Literary Studio, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

Stimola Literary Studio, Inc.


Stimola Literary Studio, Inc.

Submission Address

308 Livingston Court
Edgewater NJ 07020

Phone: (201) 945-9353

Fax: (201) 945-9353

Contact: Rosemary B. Stimola

Contacting Stimola Literary Studio, Inc.

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Rosemary B. Stimola

From the Stimola Literary Studio, Inc. guidelines:

Eclectic in tastes but not in standards, the Stimola Literary Studio, highly selective in representation, invites unsolicited queries on picture books, novels, and graphic novels, as well as select projects in nonfiction, most of the year. While we have always striven to provide the courtesy of response to all queries, the extraordinarily large number now received makes that no longer possible.

Submission Guidelines Details for Stimola Literary Studio, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Children's and Young Adult books

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales. Agent receives 20% commission on foreign sales if subagents are employed.

Primary Contact: Rosemary B. Stimola


Accepts: Graphic Novels (for early, middle and YA), Humorous Middle Grade, Multi-cultural Middle or Teen Fantasy, Non-Fiction with crossover appeal in adult markets, Picture Books

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