Lorin Rees loves collaborating with creative people who are passionate about their work, helping to bring their ideas to fruition. Some of the books he has represented include the critically acclaimed story collection YOU KNOW WHEN THE MEN ARE GONE (Amy Einhorn Books) by Siobhan Fallon, THE MARAUDERS (Crown) by Tom Cooper, BLACK RIVER (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt) by S.M. Hulse, THE END OF BIG (St. Martin's) by Nicco Mele, WHO: SOLVE YOUR #1 PROBLEM (Ballantine) by Geoff Smart and Randy Street, and I BELIEVE IN ZERO (St. Martin's) by Caryl Stern, President and CEO of Unicef USA.
Lorin serves on the Board of Directors for Salamander Literary Journal and is on the advisory board of the Southern New Hampshire MFA program. He speaks regularly at conferences around the country. He is interested in literary fiction, memoirs, business books, self-help, science, history, psychology and narrative non-fiction.
Lorin accepts hard copy and email submissions. Fiction should include a query letter and at least the first three chapters. Nonfiction should include a query letter and proposal.
Lorin's e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Ann Collette was a freelance writer and editor before joining the Rees Literary Agency in 2000. Her list includes books by Barbara Shapiro, Ashley Weaver, Steven Sidor, Vicki Lane, Carol Carr, Clay and Susan Griffith, and Chrystle Fiedler. She likes literary, mystery, thrillers, suspense, vampire, and commercial women's fiction; in non-fiction, she prefers narrative non-fiction, military & war, work to do with race & class, and work set in or about Southeast Asia. Ann does not represent children's, YA, sci-fi, or high fantasy (Lord of the Rings-type books).
Ann accepts hard copy and email submissions. Fiction submissions should include a terse query letter and first chapter within the body of the email. Attachments and links will not be opened. For nonfiction, send a query letter only. Ann is only able to respond to queries she is interested in pursuing. You can follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/ann_collette.
Ann can be reached at Agent10702@aol.com.
Rebecca Podos is a graduate of the MFA Writing, Literature and Publishing program at Emerson College, whose debut YA novel THE MYSTERY OF HOLLOW PLACES is forthcoming from Balzer + Bray. Rebecca is interested in Young Adult and Middle Grade fiction, particularly books about complex female relationships, beautifully written contemporary, genre novels with a strong focus on character, romance with more at stake than “will they/ won’t they,” and LGBTQ books across all genres.
She is thrilled to represent books like Rin Chupeco's THE GIRL FROM THE WELL (Sourcebooks), Ryan Bradford's HORROR BUSINESS (Month9Books), Sarah Nicolas' DRAGONS ARE PEOPLE, TOO (Entangled), Mackenzi Lee's THIS MONSTROUS THING (Katherine Tegen Books, Fall 2015), Emily Ross's HALF IN LOVE WITH DEATH (Merit Press, Fall 2015), Ashley Herring Blake's SUFFER LOVE (HMH Children's, 2016) Kenneth Logan's THE SLOW THAW (HarperCollins Children's, 2016), and Lila Michael's NOW YOU SEE HER (Katherine Tegen Books, 2017.)
Rebecca prefers email submissions, and unfortunately is only able to respond to queries she is interested in pursuing. Submit a query letter and the first three chapters.
Rebecca's e-mail is email@example.com
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