Agents & Editors: A Q&A With Agent Georges Borchardt

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rjjstephan says...

RJJSTEPHAN@COMCAST.NET  THANKS FOR READING MY QUERY & POEMS ON MY PREVIOUS EMAIL LINK @ http://www.poetry.com/users/137454-Richard%20Stephan  

You will not be disappointed!  Thanks a million for checking this out Mr. Borchardt!

Rico

rjjstephan says...

I have a new poet for Georges Borchardt to represent........  check out the poems of this magnificent bard  @ http://www.poetry.com/users/137454-Richard%20Stephan

Yes, it's me!  A random shot in the darkness!  

RJS

susan@glimmertr... says...
Another fantastic and significant piece by Jofie Ferrari-Adler. Thank you.
lynn@sagantechn... says...
Although, because "he is he and I am I", I loved Georges Borchardt from the moment I met him at his midtown office, your splendid profile (by Jofie Ferrari-Adler brought to my attention by my beloved publisher, Chelsea Green's Margo Baldwin) intensified my feelings of love-admiration. [Indeed for both agent & publisher]. Our Georges (with an "s", just like the calculating scientist-protagonist, Georges Standon, in my only published fiction, Luminous Fish: Tales of science & love) is unique and fabulous in a way precisely captured by Ferrari-Adler's insightful writing. In this near miracle interview, Ferrari-Adler has gently revealed Borchardt's genius, his capacity for survival, love and his own version of success. We, his clients, and direct recipients of his wisdom and good taste, are grateful for the revelation, in his own words beyond French, of some of his many secrets. Although he claims not to remember much, maybe Ferrari-Adler can get him to write, and then auction himself, Georges' very short autobiography. It will be worth millions.
cjewel says...
What a wonderful, enthralling interview. Thank you to everyone involved.