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:
NONFICTION: Business * Current Events/Affairs * General Nonfiction * Health/Wellness * History * How-To * Memoir * Money/Finance * Politics * Religion * Spirituality * Sports *
Gerrie Sturman is a literary agent with Goldfarb & Associates. She says: “As agent with Goldfarb & Associates, I work with attorney, literary agent and prodigious writer Ronald Goldfarb, Esq. on special projects, research and building my list of client authors.
Formerly a global sales manager with Marriott International, I won The Chairman’s Circle for sales excellence – twice! In addition to my hotel sales career with Marriott, Omni Hotels, Hyatt Hotels and Princess Hotels, I represented the Cincinnati and Washington DC Convention & Visitor bureaus.
Earned professional designations include: CASE (Certified Association Sales Executive) and CGMP (Certified Government Marketing Professional)
Prior to my hospitality sales & marketing career, I taught English and English as a Second Language, wrote and edited advertising and business copy. My sales experience runs the gamut from publishing to hospitality sales to shoes to Girl Scout cookies!
Specialties: Creative writing skills and research. Proactive selling, account development, customer service, productive and purposeful client relationships.”
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