New Agent Alert: Josh Getzler of Writers House

Editor’s note: As of summer 2011, Josh
is now agenting with the Hannigan
Salky Getzler Agency.


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Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Josh Getzler of Writers House) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Josh Getzler of Writers House


21 W. 26th Street, New York NY 10010. Email: jgetzler@writershouse.com. www.writershouse.com.

Seeking new and unagented writers. Prior to becoming a junior agent,  Mr. Getzler have had 15 years in the business (not all publishing). Currently handles: 75% fiction, 25% nonfiction.

How to contact: E-mail only with query with five or so pages. Synopsis not necessary.

Actively seeking: Foreign and historical thrillers.

Recent sales: Devil’s Thrill by Gerald Elias (Minotaur, Fall 2009).

This new agent tip
provided by GLA blogger extraordinaire Kristen Howe.
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6 thoughts on “New Agent Alert: Josh Getzler of Writers House

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    I queried Spiridon Agency in Jan/09, then in Apr/09, and just phoned to see if they ever received my letter. The phone number has apparently been disconnected and I had read somewhere else that they are no longer in business, so I guess it’s true

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    I queried Spiridon Agency in Jan/09, then in Apr/09, and just phoned to see if they ever received my letter. The phone number has apparently been disconnected and I had read somewhere else that they are no longer in business, so I guess it’s true

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