Diana Finch Literary Agency was founded in 2003 and represents a wide variety of books, with an emphasis on narrative non-fiction, memoir and current events.

Diana Finch Literary Agency

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Diana Finch Literary Agency

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116 West 23rd St., Suite 500
New York, NY 10011

Phone: (646) 375-2081

Contact: Diana Finch

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About Diana Finch Literary Agency:

Diana Finch Literary Agency was founded in 2003 and represents a wide variety of books, with an emphasis on narrative non-fiction, memoir and current events. The agency does not represent romance, mystery, or children's picture books.

Query via mail or email. A sample chapter, chapter outline or proposal description may be included with your query.

Submission Guidelines Details for Diana Finch Literary 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. Charges for copying, foreign postage, galleys and books purchased.

Primary Contact: Diana Finch

Email: diana.finch@verizon.net

Accepts: Biography, business, computers/technology, current events, health, history, juvenile fiction, literary fiction, memoir, mind/body/spirit, narrative non-fiction, reference, religious, science, sports, travel

Web Address: dianafinchliteraryagency.blogspot.com

 

 

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