New Leaf Literary & Media Guidelines Information

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Twitter: @NewLeafLiterary

Description: New Leaf Literary bills itself as a non-traditional, full service management and representation firm. New Leaf says it aims to challenge conformity and re-imagine the marketplace. They are open to new talent.

Needs: Fiction and nonfiction for adults and children.

Tips: New Leaf says it will only accept email queries. They also say to only query them for fiction when your manuscript is complete and to only query about nonfiction when your proposal is complete. They also don't want multiple agents queried.

Interviews can be found online with New Leaf agents Joanna Volpe and Suzie Townsend. They are also both in a YouTube video about pitching your book to a literary agent.

How to Submit: Send a query be email with Query in the subject line with the agent's name. They don't want attachments unless requested.

Address: 110 West 40th Street, Suite 2201 New York NY 10018

This listing was last reviewed and/or updated on 2018-04-27

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