Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Christina Clifford of Union Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
About Christina: Christina worked for several years as an Agent at Melanie Jackson Agency prior to coming to Union Literary. At Melanie Jackson Agency, she represented several award-winning authors and found US homes for the works of international authors. A lifelong New Yorker and lover of the written word, Christina is looking for both seasoned authors and new voices in fiction and nonfiction.
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She is seeking: She specializes in literary fiction, and wants to continue building a narrative nonfiction list in the genres of historical biography, memoir, business, and science.
How to submit: Nonfiction submissions should include a query letter, a proposal, and sample chapter. Fiction submissions should include a query letter, synopsis, and pasted sample pages. Send to Christina [at] unionliterary.com. E-queries only. Responds if interested.
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