Greyhaus Literary Agency is a small agency focusing only on Romance and Women's Fiction.

Greyhaus Literary Agency


Greyhaus Literary Agency

Submission Address

3021 20th St. Pl. SW
Puyallup WA 98373

Contact: Scott Eagan

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About Greyhaus Literary Agency:

Greyhaus Literary Agency specializes in women's fiction and romance. Greyhaus Literary Agency is only open to solicited manuscripts. All submissions must come from a conference/workshop request or a contest. Any other submissions will not be read.

Submission Guidelines Details for Greyhaus Literary Agency

Market Types Represented:Fiction

Primary Contact/s: Scott Eagan


Accepts: Romance, Women's Fiction

Web Address:

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