Patricia Teal Literary Agency represents non-fiction books and novels. The agency accepts submissions from published authors only.

Patricia Teal Literary Agency


Patricia Teal Literary Agency

Submission Address

2036 Vista Del Rosa
Fullerton CA 92831

Phone: (714) 738-8333

Fax: (714) 738-8333

Contact: Patricia Teal

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About Patricia Teal Literary Agency:

Patricia Teal Literary Agency represents non-fiction books and novels. The agency does not represent poetry, short stories, articles, science fiction, fantasy, or regency romance.

Patricia Teal Agency obtains most new clients through conferences and recommendations. The agency accepts queries from published authors only. Include a SASE with all correspondence.

Submission Guidelines Details for Patricia Teal Literary Agency

Market Types Represented: Fiction, Non-fiction

Agency Terms: Agent receives 10-15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Offers a written contract, binding for 1 year.

Primary Contact: Patricia Teal

Accepts: Animals, autobiography, biography, child guidance, glitz, health, how-to, investigative, mainstream fiction, medicine, mystery, parenting, psychology, romance, self-help, suspense, true crime, women's fiction, women's issues

Web Address: N/A




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