New Literary Agent: Arielle Datz from Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Arielle Datz from Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

 

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About Arielle: She started as an intern at Dunow, Carlson, & Lerner in 2011, and then worked in the foreign rights department at WME, followed by 2 years at the Elizabeth Kaplan Literary Agency. She has since returned to DCLA full-time.

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Arielle is seeking: For fiction, she is looking for adult, YA, and middle grade literary and commercial. In nonfiction, she is looking for essays, unconventional memoir, pop culture, and sociology. (She is no longer seeking science fiction or fantasy.)

(How many agents should you contact at one time?)

How to submit: Submit a query letter at mail [at] dclagency.com. Put “Query for Arielle: [title]” in the subject line. Do not include attachments. Due to volume of inquiries received, the agency is unable to respond to all emailed queries.

(Ever wonder what makes agents get excited about a self-published book?)

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4 thoughts on “New Literary Agent: Arielle Datz from Dunow, Carlson & Lerner Literary

  1. ColderKace

    I published a book on Amazon, and people keep asking me for physical copies. It’s non-fiction and has to do with the stigma of mental illness.

    Now I’m just searching for literary agents to make this happen.

    Thank you very much,

    Kace Colder

  2. clanman91

    Hello there,

    I saw that you were looking for people who write fantasy and sci-fi. I haven’t really contacted agents before, so you caught my eye and wanted to know if it was possible to communicate what my next steps would be to do with my novel.

    Appreciate it!

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