Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Rebecca Post at Triada U.S. Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
Triada U.S. Literary Agency, Inc., based in Pennsylvania, has a new literary agent accepting queries: Rebecca Post.
She specializes in nonfiction and is seeking queries. See the agency’s submission guidelines here. Definitely check those guidelines out, because there’s plenty of specifications, from how to address the query to how they respond.
They are interested in: “how-to, self-help, education, current affairs, health, psychology, cookbooks, travel books, pop culture, sports, adventure, true crime, biography and memoir. TriadaUS is also open to reviewing other genres and topics, as long as the material is for a trade or general audience and not scholarly.”
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