The Directory of Literary Agents
7 Insider Secrets to Get a Top Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal
Press the play button below to listen.
Click here to view and/or download a free PDF transcript
of this audio program
* * *
Literary Agent Directory
Important: Visit each agent’s website (links in their listings below) to see if they’re open to submissions before querying.
Erik Wolgemuth Wolgemuth & Associates Query method(s): Email *Work 8600 Crestgate Circle Orlando FL 32819 USAwork Work Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
|Show Notes | Show Bio||http://www.wolgemuthandassociates.com | Show Map ||
This literary agent represents:
FICTION: Christian Fiction * Religious *
NONFICTION: Christian * Religion * Spirituality *
Erik Wolgemuth is a literary agent with Wolgemuth & Associates. Regularly amazed at the power of the written word in books, Erik has had the immense privilege of playing a part in their creation since 2005. He finds a unique joy in each stage of the publishing process—from ideation to holding the bound pages to seeing a book release and take off in the marketplace. Throughout the process, Erik is both sobered and energized by the privilege of stewarding a God-honoring message.
Erik is blessed to call Kendal his wife and fills his hours away from work playing with their three kids. Living in Colorado is wonderful if you love the outdoors, which he does. He’s always ready (unless the Jayhawks are playing basketball) for some cycling, hiking, camping, skiing, etc. Perhaps the one thing that would pull him away from representation is a cycling career, but—at this point—the odds aren’t good. In the meantime, he rides the rural roads to the east and the mountain passes to the west. And he loves to read. He’s never without a stack in his “to-read” pile…his literary eyes are bigger than his stomach.
8600 Crestgate Circle Orlando FL 32819 USA
Submit a Question or Comment
If you have a question or comment, click on the red button below and you’ll be able to post it. You’ll also be able to see answers to the questions I’m asked most.