Liz Darhansoff

Literary Agency: 
Darhansoff Verrill Feldman Literary Agents
Address:
236 West 26th Street
Suite 802
New York, New York 10001
Phone: 
(917) 305-4975
E-mail: 
Accepts E-mail Queries: 
Yes
Interested in Representing:
Commercial Fiction, Literary Fiction, and Narrative Nonfiction
Clients Include: 

Lynda Barry, Taylor Branch, Judy Budnitz, Elisha Cooper, Chris Crutcher, Tony D’Souza, Sarah Dessen, Gretel Ehrlich, Peter Elkind, Arthur Golden, Amy Hempel, Pam Houston, Bill James, Jan Karon, Stephen King, William Langewiesche, David Liss, Bethany McLean, Christoph Niemann, Joe Nocera, Daniel Okrent, Annie Proulx, Heather Sellers, Neal Stephenson, Abigail Thomas

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