Faye Bender Literary Agency represents authors writing literary and commercial fiction, young adult and middle grade fiction, and high quality non-fiction. The agency works with previously published as well as first-time authors in a wide range of subjects.

Faye Bender Literary Agency

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Faye Bender Literary Agency

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19 Cheever Place
Brooklyn NY 11231

Phone: (212) 721-7023

Contact: Faye Bender

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About Faye Bender Literary Agency:

Faye Bender Literary Agency, founded in 2004, represents authors writing literary and commercial fiction, young adult and middle grade fiction, and high quality non-fiction. The agency works with previously published as well as first-time authors in a wide range of subjects. Faye Bender Literary Agency does not represent authors of picture books, genre fiction for adults (western, romance, horror, science fiction, fantasy), business books, spirituality or screenplays.

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Submission Guidelines Details for Faye Bender Literary Agency

Market Types Represented:Fiction, Non-fiction

Primary Contact: Faye Bender

Email: info@fbliterary.com

Accepts: Biography, commercial fiction, health, literary fiction, memoir, middle grade, narrative non-fiction, popular culture, popular science, women's fiction, women's issues, young adult

Web Address: www.fbliterary.com

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