The Directory of Literary Agents
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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.
Theresa Park Park & Fine Literary and Media AAR/AALA MemberQuery method(s): Email *Work 55 Broadway Suite 1601 New York NY 10006 USAwork Work Email: email@example.comINTERNET
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This literary agent represents:
FICTION: Commercial * General Fiction * Women’s Fiction *
NONFICTION: Business * General Nonfiction * History * Money/Finance *
Theresa Park is a literary agent with Park & Fine Literary and Media. Prior to becoming a literary agent, Theresa was an attorney at Cooley Godward, a Silicon Valley law firm. But it was her love of books and interest in combining business and art that propelled her toward a publishing career at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. Opening the doors to Park Literary in 2005, she now represents principally plot-driven fiction and a short list of serious nonfiction. Dedicated to clients Nicholas Sparks, Debbie Macomber, Emily Giffin, Janice Y.K. Lee, Taylor Jenkins Reid, Cecelia Ahern and others, she always finds time to enjoy a good meal, make a yearly visit to Vienna (her hometown) and connect with friends and family all over the world—she is fluent in German, can speak French and understand a smattering of Japanese. Theresa is a graduate of UC Santa Cruz and Harvard Law School, her varied education and background making her a uniquely broadminded business partner – but it’s her love of connecting ideas and people that makes her a great agent.
55 Broadway Suite 1601 New York NY 10006 USA
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