Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Jacqueline Murphy of Inkwell Management) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
About Jacqueline: She has been engaged in acquiring and shaping important ideas defining the global business culture for nearly two decades. Most recently as editorial director at Harvard Business Press, Jacque collaborated with leading experts and heads of industry including Chuck Knight, Charlene Li, Howard Gardner, Cathleen Benko and Tom Davenport. Prior to Harvard Business Press, she held senior-level editorial positions at Perseus Books, Bloomberg Press and John Wiley & Sons. She joined Inkwell Management in 2010.
She is seeking: general nonfiction with a special emphasis on business narrative, management, and important idea-driven books.
How to contact: All queries should be e-mailed to submissions (at) inkwellmanagement (dot) com, or accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope and sent to: InkWell Management, 521 Fifth Avenue, 26th Floor, New York, NY 10175. Make sure you note on the envelope or the subject line of the email that the submission is for Jacqueline.
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