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.
Lori Galvin Aevitas Creative Management Query method(s): Online Form *Work 545 Boylston Street 11th Floor Boston MA 02116 USAwork
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This literary agent represents:
FICTION: Chick Lit * Commercial * Crime/Detective/Police * Family Saga * Gay/Lesbian Fiction * Historical * Literary * Multicultural Fiction * Mystery * Romance * Suspense * Thriller * Upmarket Fiction * Women’s Fiction *
NONFICTION: Animals/Pets * Cooking/Cookbook * Cultural/Social Issues * Fitness * Food/Drinks * Gay/Lesbian * Health/Wellness * How-To * Journalism * Lifestyle * Memoir * Multicultural * Narrative * Pop Culture * Psychology * Self-Help/Personal Development * Spirituality * True Crime * Women’s Issues *
Lori Galvin is a literary agent with Aevitas Creative Management. Lori Galvin is interested in both fiction (especially thrillers and smart women’s fiction) and non-fiction (cookbooks, memoir, and personal development). Based in Boston, she is currently representing projects for Washington Post columnist Cathy Barrow, Top Chef finalist Kwame Onwuachi, and Shark Tank winner Kim Nelson of Daisy Cakes. She also represents writers Cambria Brockman and Hannah Kirshner, as well as writer, poet, and translator Eleanor Goodman.
Some of her favorite non-client fiction authors include Megan Abbott, Margot Livesey, Celeste Ng, and Tom Perrotta.
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