The Rosenberg Group, established in 1998, represents authors of college textbooks, trade non-fiction, romance, and women's fiction.

The Rosenberg Group


The Rosenberg Group

Submission Address

23 Lincoln Avenue
Marblehead MA 01945

Phone: (781) 990-1341

Fax: (781) 990-1344

Contact: Barbara Collins Rosenberg

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Barbara Collins Rosenberg

About The Rosenberg Group:

The Rosenberg Group, established in 1998, represents authors of college textbooks, trade non-fiction, romance, and women's fiction. The agency is not interested in representing inspirational, time travel, futuristic, or paranormal romance.

The Rosenberg Group accepts query letters by mail only (no emails or faxes are accepted). Query letters should not exceed one page in length and should include the title of the work, the genre and/or sub-genre, the manuscript's word count, and a brief description. Include a #10 SASE for a response.

Submission Guidelines Details for The Rosenberg Group

Market Types Represented: Fiction, Non-fiction, Textbooks

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic and foreign sales. Offers written contract.

Primary Contact: Barbara Collins Rosenberg

Accepts: Biography, current affairs, food/wine, how-to, music, pop culture, popular psychology, popular reference, romance, self-help, sports, women's fiction. Accepts textbooks in the following subjects: English, linguistics, film journalism, communications, speech, theater, philosophy, sociology, political science, history, economics, finance, marketing, management, biology, chemistry, psychology, art history, studio art

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