New Agent Alert: Nicole Robson at The Fischer-Harbage Agency

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Nicole Robson at The Fischer-Harbage Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

About Nicole: She joined the Fischer-Harbage Agency in 2008 as an assistant and has been promoted twice. Originally from England, Nicole lived in India, China and Thailand before settling in Manhattan.  

She is seeking: compelling fiction and nonfiction, specifically books with an international focus. In nonfiction, she loves narrative nonfiction and history.

How to contact: E-query: submissions(at)fischerharbage(dot)com. (Editor’s note: Three writers have now told me that this submissions email that I took from the website doesn’t seem to work. If I find out more, I will let you know.) Paste your query and the first chapter of your book in the body of the e-mail. No attachments.

Recent sales: Among others, Shortcut Man and The Case of Pussy Grace, by p.g. sturges (Scribner); and She’s Got Game: The Woman’s Guide to Loving Sports (or Just How to Fake It!), by Melissa Malamut (St. Martins).

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One thought on “New Agent Alert: Nicole Robson at The Fischer-Harbage Agency

  1. jurassicpork

    Thanks for the hot tip, Chuck, but when I submitted to Nicole at Fischer-Harbage just last week, I got my proposal immediately bounced back via mailer daemon. Do they even take snail mail submissions?

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