Katie Grimm

Literary Agency: 
Don Congdon Associates, Inc.
Address:
110 William Street
Suite 2202
New York, New York 10038
Phone: 
(212) 645-1229
E-mail: 
Twitter Handle: 
Accepts E-mail Queries: 
Yes
Interested in Representing:
Historical and Literary Fiction
Clients Include: 

Elizabeth Huergo, David Lomax

Submission Guidelines: 

E-mail your query letter and writing sample to dca@doncongdon.com with “Query for Katie Grimm” in the subject line. Include all materials in the body of your e-mail; attachments will not be opened. Response time is four to six weeks.

Tips From the Agent: 

“Keep your query concise—include why you’re querying, a short summary of your project, and any pertinent biographical information. The writing sample should either be the first chapter, the first few chapters if there are multiple narrators, or a sample short story if you’re querying for a collection.”

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