longer agenting. Do not query her. ——————-
Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Colleen Lindsay at FinePrint Literary Management) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
Got a tip this morning that FinePrint Literary had taken on a new agent: Colleen Lindsay. Prior to becoming an agent, Ms. Lindsay was the director of publicity for Del Rey Books. Also, she was a reviewer for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Does not want to receive: No category romance, poetry, short story collections, children’s picture books, westerns, spirituality, Christian fiction or non-fiction, self-help, Westerns, politics, history or biography.
How to contact: E-queries preferred. Because her submission instructions are so detailed, you should review them personally here on her blog.
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