Douglas Stewart

Literary Agency: 
Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
Address:
65 Bleecker Street
New York, New York 10012
Phone: 
(212) 780-6050
E-mail: 
Twitter Handle: 
Accepts E-mail Queries: 
No
Interested in Representing:
Literary Fiction and Narrative Nonfiction
Clients Include: 

Carolyn Parkhurst, David Mitchell, Jane O’Connor, Gabrielle Zevin, Colin McAdam, Matthew Quick, Dana Reinhardt, Graham Joyce, Michael Dahlie

Submission Guidelines: 

Submit a query letter, via regular mail, a synopsis of the work, a brief proposal or the first three chapters of the manuscript, a brief bio or resume, and a stamped self-addressed envelope for reply. Original artwork is not accepted. Enclose sufficient postage if you wish to have your materials returned to you. Unsolicted e-mail inquiries will be not be responded to.

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