Jane Rotrosen Agency was founded in 1974 and is best known for representing writers of commercial fiction. The agency also represents authors of memoirs, narrative and prescriptive non-fiction.

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Jane Rotrosen Agency

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318 East 51st Street
New York NY 10022

Phone: (212) 593-4330

Fax: (212) 935-6985

Contact: Andrea Cirillo, Meg Ruley, Annelise Robey, Christina Hogrebe, Carlie Webber

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Agents:

Meg Ruley

Annelise Robey

Christine Hogrebe

About Jane Rotrosen Agency:

Jane Rotrosen Agency was founded in 1974 and is best known for representing writers of commercial fiction: thrillers, mystery, suspense, women's fiction, romance, historical novels, mainstream fiction, and young adult. The agency also represents authors of memoirs, narrative and prescriptive non-fiction.

Jane Rotrosen Agency welcomes submissions from talented writers at all stages of their careers, from the well-known, to the voice yet to be heard. Queries are accepted by email or mail. When querying, send a query letter, a brief synopsis, and up to three chapters of your novel or the proposal for non-fiction.

Submission Guidelines Details for Jane Rotrosen Agency

Market Types Represented: Fiction, Non-fiction

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers written contract binding for 3 years. Charges clients for copying, express mail, foreign postage.

Primary Contacts: Andrea Cirillo, Meg Ruley, Annelise Robey, Christina Hogrebe, Carlie Webber

Email: acirillo@janerotrosen.com; mruley@janerotrosen.com; arobey@janerotrosen.com; chogrebe@janerotrosen.com; cwebber@janerotrosen.com

Accepts: Autobiography, biography, business, child guidance, cooking, contemporary fantasy, crime, current affairs, diet/nutrition, economics, environment, family saga, food, health, how-to, horror, humor, investigative, literary fiction, medicine, middle grade, money, mystery, parenting, pop culture, psychology, romance, satire, self-help, sports, suspense, thriller, true crime, women's fiction, women's issues, young adult

Web Address: www.janerotrosen.com

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