literary agents accepting submissions, part 1, agents who take submissions

How do you get a literary agent for your book?

literary agents accepting submissions

Here’s a list of 100 literary agents accepting submissions, detailing the genres they represent (and those they don’t), submission guidelines, and other information taken from their websites, using direct quotes whenever possible. Please note that I am not recommending any of these literary agents or agencies, just listing information.

While this may be enough to get you started, be sure to read your chosen agency’s entire website very carefully. You may be with this agency for a long time, so you need to be sure the fit is right!

Note: This information is current as of October, 2016, but can change at any time. Check an agency’s website carefully before contacting them. For the complete list, see Part 2 and Part 3.

3 Seas Literary Agency – http://www.threeseasagency.com/submissions.html

The agency says: “We welcome your email queries. We wouldn’t be in business and be able to sell the number of books we have sold without them.”

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (mysteries, romance, women’s, young adult, middle grade) and select nonfiction.

The agency does not represent poetry or screenplays.

You are asked to submit:

  • For fiction: “Please email the first chapter and synopsis along with a cover letter. Also, be sure to include the genre and the number of words in your manuscript, as well as pertinent writing experience in your query letter.”
  • For nonfiction: “Please email your full non-fiction proposal including a query letter and your first chapter.”
  • For young adult and middle grade: “Please email the first chapter and synopsis along with a cover letter. Also, be sure to include the genre and the number of words in your manuscript, as well as pertinent writing experience in your query letter.”
  • For children’s picture books: “Please email the complete picture book text. One sample illustration may be included. Please do not email all the illustrations you plan to use. We will request illustrations if needed.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Our Agents” page.

Send submissions to queries@threeseaslit.com. “The subject line should begin as follows: QUERY: (The title of the manuscript or any short message you would like to relay to us should follow.)”

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions. No attachments or “automatic picture downloads.”

Aaron M. Priest Literary Agencyhttp://aaronpriest.com

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, crime, edgy women’s, international, literary, suspense, thrillers), biography, current events, history, memoir, narrative nonfiction, politics, pop culture, and popular science.

The agency does not represent horror, poetry, screenplays, or sci-fi.

You are asked to submit “a one page query letter via email.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them by clicking on their names on the “Submissions” page.

Send submissions to the specific agent you are querying. Their email addresses can be found on the “Submissions” page.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: No attachments. Only query one agent at this agency at a time.

Andy Ross Agency – http://www.andyrossagency.com/submissions.html

The agency says: “I am eager to work with projects in most genres as long as the subject or its treatment is smart, original, and will appeal to a wide readership.”

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, literary), children’s books, contemporary culture, current affairs, history, journalism, narrative nonfiction, religion, and science.

The agency does not represent adult romance, adult and teen paranormal, film scripts, poetry, sci-fi and fantasy, or short stories.

You are asked to submit a query letter. “Queries should be less than half page. Please put the word ‘query’ in the title header of the email. State in the first sentence the category of the project. Give a short description of the book and your qualifications for writing.”

Send submissions to andyrossagency@hotmail.com

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions.

Aragi, Inc. – http://aragi.net/contact

The agency represents “a wide range of fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels.”

The agency does not represent screenplays.

Submission instructions: “Submitted queries should include a cover letter with your name, a short bio, the title of the work, and a brief synopsis.”

Send submissions to queries@aragi.net

Typical reply time: Six to eight weeks

Notes: “Manuscripts should be attached as .PDF or .docx files and should be titled in the format ‘Last Name_Manuscript Title’, e.g. ‘Ginsburg_Sunset City.’”

Ayesha Pande Literary – http://pandeliterary.com/queries

The agency says: “We love to work with writers who dare to innovate, take risks, express something meaningful about our world…. We are especially passionate about discovering and nurturing talented new voices…”

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (African-American, international, literary, popular, young adult, women’s), biography, cultural commentary, economics, graphic novels, history, memoir, and pop culture.

The agency does not represent “poetry, religion or inspirational books, business books, screenplays, illustrated children’s books or middle grade fiction.”

You are asked to fill out the form on the “Queries” page. You’ll be asked for your biography, a “Pitch/Summary/Synopsis,” and other information.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Barbara Braun Associates – http://www.barbarabraunagency.com

The agency says: “We represent both literary and commercial fiction and serious nonfiction, including psychology, biography, history, women’s and sexual rights issues, social and political issues, cultural criticism, as well as art, architecture, film, photography, fashion, and design.

“Our fiction is strong on stories for women, art-related fiction, historical and multicultural stories, and to a lesser extent mysteries and thrillers. We are interested in narrative non-fiction and current affairs books by journalists, as well as YA literature.”

The agency does not represent fantasy, horror, poetry, sci-fi, or screenplays.

You are asked to submit a query letter. “Your query should include: a brief summary of your book, word count, genre, any relevant publishing experience, and the first 5 pages of your manuscript pasted into the body of the email.”

Send submissions to: You are asked to “send all queries to bbasubmissions@gmail.com, marked ‘query’ in the subject line.”

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions.

Barry Goldblatt Literary – http://www.bgliterary.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents: According to the Association of Author’s Representatives, the agency represents children’s books, early readers, fantasy, middle grade, picture books, sci-fi, and young adult.

You are asked to submit a “query letter, a synopsis of the book, and the first five pages of your manuscript.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “About” page.

Send submissions to query@bgliterary.com, with the word “query” in the subject line; send queries directed to Jen Udden to query.judden@gmail.com.

Typical reply time: Four weeks

Notes: No attachments. Only query one agent at this agency at a time.

The Bent Agencyhttp://www.thebentagency.com/submission.php

The agency says: “We pride ourselves on nurturing and discovering authors whom we can help propel to the top of their category.”

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, historical, literary, middle grade, young adult), cooking/food, humor, LGBT, lifestyle, memoir, mysteries, narrative nonfiction, pets/animals, picture books, pop culture, romance, and suspense.

Submission instructions: You are asked to “email your chosen agent and tell her briefly who you are, about your book, and why you’re the one to write it. Include the title of your project in the subject line of your email. Then paste the first ten pages of your book in the body of your email (not as an attachment, please).

  • For picture books: “please include the complete text; for illustrations, please also include a link to your website if available, or two or three PDFs or JPEGs of your work.”
  • For graphic novels: “please paste the first ten pages of your script in the body of your email, as well as the first five pages of your dummy. The dummy doesn’t need to be entirely finished, but if it’s not, please include up to three samples of your finished work, or a link to your online portfolio.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Agents” page.

Send submissions to the specific agent you are querying, whose contact information can be found by going to the “Agents” page and clicking on the names of individuals agents on the left.

Typical reply time: One month

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions. Only query one agent at this agency at a time.

Betsy Amster Literary Enterprisehttp://amsterlit.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents a variety of genres, including “[l]iterary fiction, upscale commercial women’s fiction, voice-driven mysteries and thrillers, narrative nonfiction (especially by journalists), travelogues, memoirs (including graphic memoirs), social issues and trends, psychology, self-help, pop culture, women’s issues, history & biography, lifestyle, careers, health and medicine, parenting, cooking and nutrition, gardening, and quirky gift books.”

The agency does not represent “romances, screenplays, poetry, westerns, fantasy, horror, science fiction, techno thrillers, spy capers, apocalyptic scenarios, self-published books, or political or religious arguments.”

You are asked to submit:

Adult titles:

  • For fiction or narrative nonfiction: “embed the first three pages of your manuscript in the body of your e-mail.”
  • For nonfiction: “embed the overview of your proposal.”

Children’s and young adult titles:

  • For picture books: “embed the entire text in the body of your e-mail.”
  • For novels: “embed the first three pages.”

Send submissions to: Queries for adult titles should be sent to b.amster.assistant@gmail.com; send queries for children’s and young adult titles to b.amster.kidsbooks@gmail.com.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: “We do not open attachments unless we have requested them. Nor do we respond to phone queries.”

The Book Group – http://www.thebookgroup.com/submissions-guidelines

The agency represents “a broad range of fiction and nonfiction.”

The agency does not represent poetry or screenplays.

You are asked to submit “a query letter and ten sample pages.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them by selecting the “Our Staff” page under the “About Us” tab.

Send submissions to “submissions@thebookgroup.com, with the first and last name of the agent you are querying in the subject line.”

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: “All material must be in the body of the email, as we do not open attachments.” Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions.

BookEnds Literary – http://bookendsliterary.com/submissions

The agency says: “Our agents are always looking for fresh new material from both published and unpublished authors.”

The agency represents: “…fiction and nonfiction for an adult audience. In fiction our agents specialize in romance, mystery, suspense, thrillers, science fiction and fantasy, women’s fiction, historical fiction, literary fiction and upmarket fiction.

We are also seeking nonfiction in the areas of memoirs, history, food, current affairs, business and career, parenting, pop culture, and general nonfiction.”

The agency does not represent poetry, screenplays, short fiction, or techno-thrillers.

You are asked to submit “a one-page query letter, in the body of an email, to a specific agent’s email address.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Submissions” page.

Send submissions to the specific agent you are querying; email addresses are available on the “About Us” page.

Typical reply time: Six weeks

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions.

Bradford Literary Agency – http://www.bradfordlit.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, children’s, literary, mystery, romance, thrillers, urban fantasy, women’s, young adult), biography/memoir, business, food and cooking, history, illustrated/graphic design, narrative humor, parenting, pop culture, relationships, self-help, and social issues.

The agency does not represent poetry, religion, screenplays, short stories, or westerns.

You are asked to submit:

  • For fiction: “email a query letter along with the first chapter of your manuscript and a synopsis. Please be sure to include the genre and word count in your cover letter. Picture book submissions: short query along with entire manuscript in body of email.”
  • Nonfiction: “email your full non-fiction proposal including a query letter and a sample chapter.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them by clicking on their names on the “About” tab.

Send submissions to the desired agent’s email address, which can be found on the “Submission Guidelines” page.

Typical reply time: Two to four weeks

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions. “To avoid falling into spam, the subject line must begin as follows: QUERY: (The title of the manuscript and any SHORT message you would like us to see should follow). We do not open email attachments, unless specifically requested by an agent. Your entire submission must appear in the body of the email and not as an attachment.”

Brandt & Hochman, Literary Agentshttp://brandthochman.com/contact

The agency represents “fiction and non-fiction for the general trade market. We work with literary and commercial fiction, mystery/thriller, memoir, narrative non-fiction, journalism, history, current affairs, books on health, science, pop culture, lifestyle, and art history, and children’s books.”

The agency does not represent screenplays or textbooks.

You are asked to submit a query letter, which “should be no more than two pages and should include a convincing overview of the book project and information about the author and his or her writing credits.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Agents” page.

Send submissions to: Electronic submissions should be sent to the specific agent’s email address; hardcopy submissions to the specific agent at Brandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc., 1501 Broadway, Suite 2310, New York, NY 10036.

Bresnick Weil Literary Agency – https://bresnickagency.com/contact

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, literary), alternative culture, American history, fitness, food and wine, humor, memoir, music, pop culture, sports, politics, weird science, and women’s health.

You are asked to submit:

  • For fiction: a “query letter with two chapters.”
  • For nonfiction: a “query letter with proposal.”

Send submissions to query@bresnickagency.com.

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions.

Browne&Miller Literary Associates http://www.browneandmiller.com/queries

The agency represents: “Browne & Miller is most interested in literary/commercial fiction/women’s fiction, women’s historical fiction, literary-leaning crime fiction, romance, and Amish fiction. We are also interested in time travel stories; Christian/inspirational fiction by established authors…. a broad array of non-fiction by nationally-recognized, platformed author/experts.”

The agency does not represent Young adult fiction, adult memoir, “children’s picture books, horror or sci-fi novels, short stories, poetry, original screenplays, articles, or software.”

You are asked to submit a query letter, which should:

  • Clearly identify the genre or category your book fits into.
  • Include the length of your novel manuscript (i.e. word count)
  • Indicate if you have a completed non-fiction book proposal or manuscript
  • Contain a brief overview of your project that is clear, compelling and makes one want to read more.
  • Offer information about you: your writing & publishing background, associations or writers groups you belong to, awards and prizes you have won, your published works, your academic background, anything notable that you believe we should know about you. This would also include information about your platform if you have one – speaking engagements, conferences attended, media coverage, social media presence and followers, etc.
  • Were you referred to us? If yes, please mention who recommended us to you
  • Include your best contact information, including your email address and telephone number.

Send submissions to mail@browneandmiller.com.

Notes: No attachments.

Carol Mann Agency – http://www.carolmannagency.com/submissions

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (literary, young adult), body-mind-spirit, business, cookbooks, health, history, humor, Judaica, narrative nonfiction, parenting, pop culture, psychology, religion, self-help, and spirituality.

You are asked to submit:

  • For fiction: “a query letter including a brief bio, and the first 25 pages of your manuscript.”
  • For nonfiction: “a query letter including a brief bio, a synopsis/proposal and the first 25 pages of your manuscript.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Our Team” page.

Send submissions to submissions@carolmannagency.com.

Typical reply time: Three to four weeks

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions. No attachments. “All material should be pasted into the body of your message; attachments will not be opened.”

Chalberg & Sussman –
https://www.chalbergsussman.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, literary), humor, lifestyle, memoir, narrative nonfiction, and pop culture.

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests and submission requirements. You can learn about them on the “Our Team” page.

Charlotte Gusay Literary Agency – http://www.gusay.com/contact/default.php

The agency represents genres such as “Adventure, Contemporary Fiction, Feminist Fiction, Historical Fiction, Humorous Fiction, Literary Fiction, Mainstream Fiction, Military/War Fiction, Multicultural Fiction, Mystery, Regional Fiction, Suspense, Agriculture/Horticulture, Alternative Lifestyles, Anthropology/Archaeology, Art/Architecture, Biography, Communications, Cooking/Foods/Nutrition, Ethnic, Feminism, Film/Cinema/Stage, Gardening, Gay/Lesbian Nonfiction, General Nonfiction, Gift Book, Government/Politics, Health/Medicine, History, House and Home, Humanities, Humorous Nonfiction, Language and Literature, Literary Criticism, Multicultural Nonfiction, Music and Dance, Nature and Environment, Philosophy, Popular Science, Psychology, Reference, Regional Nonfiction, Religion, Sports, Travel and Script.”

You are asked to submit: “You may E-Mail a query to Agency E-Address as below. No more than a paragraph or two. No downloads please. After which, you will receive specific instructions should we specifically request to see your material: Comply with the guidelines when you receive them.”

Send submissions to:gusayagency1@gmail.com.

Notes: “We discourage queries by phone and by fax.”

Chase Literary Agency http://chaseliterary.com/submissions

The agency represents: “I’m keenly interested in fiction – whether literary or commercial, contemporary or historical – anything with a strong sense of place, voice, and, especially, plot….I’m just as interested in narrative nonfiction, especially in history, memoir, journalism, natural science, military history, sports, pop culture, and humor. I also handle visually-driven and illustrated books. Whether they involve photography, comics, illustrations, or art I’m taken by creative storytelling with visual elements.”

The agency does not represent romance, sci-fi, or young adult.

Submission instructions: “We prefer straightforward query letters by email that get right to the point about what the project is and which show the author to be familiar with the marketplace. If you’re submitting fiction please include the first few pages of the manuscript with the query.”

Send submissions to: You are asked to submit your query to a specific agent, although Farley Chase is the only agent mentioned on the site. His address is farley@chaseliterary.com.

Chris Calhoun Agency – http://chriscalhounagency.com/Submission.html

The agency represents: No information is provided on the agency’s website.

The agency does not represent children’s books, cookbooks, erotica, fantasy, fitness, health, how-to, middle grade, romance, self-help, suspense, thrillers, or young adult.

You are asked to submit “a query letter, a synopsis of the work, the first three chapters of the manuscript, a brief bio or resume.”

Send submissions to danielle@chriscalhounagency.com. “Your subject line should read: Query: Your Book Title.”

Notes: No phone or fax queries.

Cornerstone Literary Agency – http://www.cornerstoneliterary.com/

The agency represents: “Our primary areas of interest include literary and commercial fiction and narrative nonfiction.”

The agency does not represent “business, how-to, photography books, poetry, screenplays, self-help or Westerns.”

Submission instructions: “Submissions should consist of a one-page query letter detailing the book as well as the qualifications of the author. For fiction, submissions may also include the first ten pages of the novel or one short story from a collection.”

Send submissions to: Electronic submissions should be sent to info@cornerstoneliterary.com; hardcopy submissions to Cornerstone Literary Inc., 4525 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 208, Los Angeles, CA 90010.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

The Cowles-Ryan Literary Agency – http://cowlesryan.com/submission-guidelines/

The agency represents: “Our interests include health, nature, narrative, memoir, food, and select photography/illustrated books. We are interested in finding books that have a clear mission and a substantial audience.”

Submission instructions: “Submit your book idea to us in a 3 – 5 paragraph query letter. Pitch your idea in the first paragraph. A good pitch summarizes your project clearly. It should also create excitement and interest in your project. Be sure to include the title, genre, and target market/audience. It’s also a good idea to research your category or genre and position your project against similar titles.

“Give us more detail about the story or subject in the following paragraph(s). And in the last paragraph, tell us about yourself. Why are you uniquely qualified to write this book? Establishing your qualifications to write about a specific subject is especially important for non-fiction. Include your publishing history and mention awards, grants, and fellowships.”

In addition, “We need to see a brief proposal, a table of contents and a writing sample (this can be the first 5-10 pages of a chapter).”

There are two agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them by clicking on their names on the website menu.

Send submissions to either Katherine@CowlesRyan.com or Nina@CowlesRyan.com.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: Email queries only; no hardcopy submissions. No attachments.

Curtis Brown – http://www.curtisbrown.com/submissions

The agency represents “adult and children’s authors of all genres, including illustrators.”

The agency does not represent screenplays.

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests and submission requirements. You can learn about them by clicking on their names on the “Agents” page.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Cynthia Cannell Literary Agency – http://cannellagency.com/contact-us

The agency represents: “We represent the authors of fiction as well as memoir, biography, self-improvement, spirituality, and nonfiction on contemporary issues.”

The agency does not represent “screenplays, children’s books, illustrated books, cookbooks, romance, category mystery, or science fiction.”

You are asked to submit: “If querying by email, send a brief description of your project with relevant biographical information including publishing credits (if any)…”

Send submissions to: Electronic submissions should be sent to info@cannellagency.com; hardcopy submissions to Cynthia Cannell Literary Agency, 54 W. 40th Street, New York, NY 10018.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: No attachments.

Darhansoff & Verrill Literary Agents – http://dvagency.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents: “We are most interested in literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, memoir, sophisticated suspense, and both fiction and nonfiction for younger readers.”

The agency does not represent film scripts or theatrical plays.

Submission Guidelines: “We consider unsolicited queries by email. Please send queries to submissions@dvagency.com. We will be in touch to request material but otherwise will not issue response to individual email queries.”

David Black Agency – http://www.davidblackagency.com/submissions

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (commercial, literary), biography, business, cooking and wine, current events, fitness, GLBT issues, history, humor, inspirational, memoir, music, politics, pop culture, practical nonfiction, science, sports, wellbeing, young adult and middle grade.

You are asked to submit “a 1-2 page query letter describing your book, and include information about any previously published works, your audience, and your platform.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them under the “About” tab.

Send submissions to: Check individual agent pages for addresses.

Typical reply time: A minimum of eight weeks

Notes: You can query a specific agent, or address your submission to the agency in general.

DeFiore & Companyhttps://www.defliterary.com/

The agency says: “DeFiore and Company is always looking for exciting, fresh, new talent to add to our list of successful authors.”

The agency represents fiction and nonfiction.

The agency does not represent original screenplays, teleplays, or theater plays.

You are asked to submit:

  • “A brief summary of your novel or the scope of your non-fiction project”
  • “A short description why you’re writing the project”
  • “Any specific credentials you have for writing the book in question”
  • “The first five pages (fiction only)”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You will find a page for each agent under the “About Us” tab.

Send submissions to: “If you wish to send an e-query, please submit to submissions@defliterary.com. Please include the word “Query” in the subject line. All attachments will be deleted; please insert all text in the body of the email.” Send hard copy submissions to DeFiore and Company, 47 East 19th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10003.

Denise Shannon Literary Agency – http://deniseshannonagency.com/submission-guidelines

The agency represents: “Particular areas of specialty include literary fiction, narrative nonfiction, biography, journalism, politics, social history, health and business.”

You are asked to submit “a description of the available book project and a brief bio including details of any prior publications.”

Send submissions to: Electronic submissions should be sent to submissions@deniseshannonagency.com; hardcopy submissions to Denise Shannon Literary Agency, Inc., 20 West 22nd Street, Suite 1603, New York, NY 10010.

Typical reply time: The agency responds only if interested.

Notes: “Please do not send queries regarding fiction projects until a complete manuscript is available for review.” No attachments. Only query one agent at this agency at a time.

Don Congdon Associates – http://www.doncongdon.com/submissions.shtml

The agency says: “We are currently accepting queries from new and established authors…”

The agency represents “distinctive fiction and non-fiction in various genres, including arts criticism, biography, classical music, cookbook, crime fiction, cultural history, current affairs, food and wine, health, narrative non-fiction, philosophy, political science, memoir, pop culture, sports, young adult and middle grade.”

You are asked to submit a query letter, which “consists of a one-page description or synopsis of your work and your relevant background information. You may also include the first chapter…. For queries via email, you must include the word ‘Query’ and the agent’s full name in your subject heading. Please also include your query and sample chapter in the body of the email, as we do not open attachments for security reasons.”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Agents” page.

Send submissions to: Electronic submissions should be addressed to the specific agent you are querying and sent to dca@doncongdon.com. You may also send a hardcopy to Don Congdon Associates, Inc., 110 William St. Suite 2202, New York, NY 10038.

Notes: No attachments. Only query one agent at this agency at a time.

Donadio & Olson – http://donadio.com/agents

The agency represents a variety of genres, including fiction (adult literary and commercial), biography, history, nature, performing arts, picture books, narrative nonfiction, science, young adult and middle grade.

You are asked to submit “a query letter and the first three chapters/first 25 pages of the manuscript”

There are multiple agents at the agency, each with specific interests. You can learn about them on the “Agents” page.

Send submissions to: Submit via the “Click here to Submit” tab on the “Agents” page.

Typical reply time: At least two months.

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