The Directory of Literary Agents
7 Insider Secrets to Get a Top Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal (65 minutes)
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Literary Agent Directory
Important: Visit each agent’s website (links in their listings below) to see if they’re open to submissions before querying.
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This literary agent represents:
FICTION: General Fiction * Literary * Multicultural Fiction *
NONFICTION: Biography * Cooking/Cookbook * Current Events/Affairs * Design * Film/Entertainment * Food/Drinks * General Nonfiction * Memoir * Multicultural * Travel * Women’s Issues *
Deborah Ritchken is a literary agent with the Marsal Lyon Literary Agency. She has a broad based knowledge of the book world. After college she managed a chain of bookstores in the Midwest; learned editing and production with a small LA-based publishing house, and had positions as a marketing manager at both Prentice-Hall and Harcourt Brace. Deborah was with the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency and for the last four years, the Castiglia Literary Agency.
A few of her current projects are The Portable Feast by cookbook author and former Bon Appetit Contributing Editor Jeanne Kelley (Rizzoli); My Paris Market Cookbook by Emily Dilling (Skyhorse); Ernesto: Hemingway’s Life in Cuba by literary scholar Andrew Feldman (Melville Books); Hungry for France (Rizzoli); Preservation Pantry: Getting the Most from Your Produce: Root-to-Top, Stem-to-Core by Sarah Marshall (Regan Arts); The Vegan Bible by Jean-Christian Jury (Phaidon); Beach House Brunch and Farm-to Table Desserts by Lei Shishak, Open-Faced: 65 Sandwich Recipes From Around the World by Karen Kaplan, 20-year alum of Bon Appetit; Smoke Roots Mountain Harvest by Lauren McDuffie (Chronicle Books); (Not Quite) Mastering the Art of French Living by Mark Greenside; Becoming Cliterate: Why Orgasm Equality Matters and How to Get It by Dr. Laurie Mintz (Harper One) and Bringing Monet’s Giverny Home by Aileen Bordman (Dey Street Books).
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