Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Anne Bohner of Pen & Ink Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
About Anne: Prior to founding the boutique agency Pen & Ink Literary, Anne Bohner was a senior editor with New American Library (a division of The Penguin Group) and also worked at Bantam Dell for several years (a division of Random House). While at NAL, Anne spearheaded the YA line NAL Jam where she worked on many promising books including a current New York Times bestselling series. Anne has also worked with bestselling and award-winning authors of both adult fiction and nonfiction and has an extensive background in the romance genre. Follow her on Twitter.
She is seeking: commercial women’s fiction, romance, YA, and popular nonfiction.
How to contact: E-query ab(at)penandinklit.com. For other questions, please use the contact form on the agency website.
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