The Joy Harris Literary Agency, Inc. submission guidelines and market information

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The Joy Harris Literary Agency, Inc.

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381 Park Avenue South
Suite 428
New York NY 10016

Phone: (212) 924-6269

Fax: (212) 725-5275

Contact: Joy Harris

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From the The Joy Harris Literary Agency, Inc. guidelines:

Please send by regular mail a query letter, outline or sample chapter, and self-addressed stamped envelope...You may email your submission, however, we will only reply if interested. We do not accept unsolicited manuscripts, and are not accepting poetry, screenplays, or self-help submissions at this time.

Submission Guidelines Details for The Joy Harris Literary Agency, Inc.

Market Types Represented: Non-fiction books, novels, young adult books

Agency Terms: Agent receives 15% commission on domestic sales and 20% commission on foreign sales. Charges for some office expenses.

Primary Contact: Joy Harris

Email: submissions@jhlitagent.com

Accepts: Ethnic, Experimental, Family, Feminist, Gay, Historical, Humor, Literary, Mainstream, Multicultural, Mystery, Regional, Short, Spiritual, Translation, Young Adult, Women's

Web Address: www.joyharrisliterary.com

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  • About The Joy Harris Literary Agency has a long and successful history representing authors, and aiding in the development of their work. The agency represents a wide-range of fiction and non-fiction, and is especially interested in literary fiction, narrative non-fiction, and young-adult literature.