Christy Fletcher

Literary Agency: 
Fletcher & Company
Address:
78 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, New York 10011
Phone: 
(212) 614-0778
E-mail: 
Accepts E-mail Queries: 
Yes
Interested in Representing:
Autobiography/Memoir, Fiction, and Nonfiction
Clients Include: 

Lynn Coady, Vincent Lam, David Leonhardt

Submission Guidelines: 

Send a query letter via postal mail or e-mail, but don't include attachments unless requested. 

Tips From the Agent: 

I respond to simpler letters that focus on the narrative and tone of the book, with some author background. If it's too slick or complicated, I tend to turn off to it. I don't mind multiple submissions but generally don't answer any that are clearly cattle calls.

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