Founded in 1983, the Rees Literary Agency represents the following genres: literary and commercial fiction, memoirs, history, biography, business, self-help, psychology, and science.

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Rees Literary Agency

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14 Beacon St, Suite 710
Boston MA 02108

Phone: (617) 227-9014

Fax: (617) 227-8762

Contact: Helen Rees, Ann Collette, Lorin Rees, Nicole LaBombard

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About Rees Literary Agency:

Founded in 1983, the Rees Literary Agency represents the following genres: literary and commercial fiction, memoirs, history, biography, business, self-help, psychology, and science.

Submission Guidelines Details for Rees Literary Agency

Market Types Represented:Fiction, Non-fiction

Primary Contacts: Helen Rees, Ann Collette, Lorin Rees, Nicole LaBombard, Rebecca Podos

Email: reesagency@reesagency.com (See agency website for individual agents' email addresses).

Accepts: Biography, business, history, memoirs, psychology, science, self-help, literary and commercial fiction

Web Address: reesagency.com

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