New Literary Agent: Natasha Alexis of Zachary S. Harmsworth Literary - Writer's Digest

New Agent Alert: Natasha Alexis of The Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Literary Agency

Natasha is seeking: works of literary and commercial fiction and nonfiction. As a fan of popular culture and cosmopolitan trends, Natasha is keen to represent YA and adult fiction with an edge and fresh point of view, especially works featuring women and people of color. She also has an interest in narrative nonfiction as well as pop science projects.
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About Natasha: Natasha Alexis is a literary agent at The Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Literary Agency. She
received her B.S. degree cum laude from New York University. After working as a junior television development executive at Showtime Networks, she earned her J.D. from Northeastern Law School and practiced corporate law with a focus on intellectual property at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison in New York.

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She is seeking: Alexis is currently seeking works of literary and commercial fiction and nonfiction. As a fan of popular culture and cosmopolitan trends, Alexis is keen to represent YA and adult fiction with an edge and fresh point of view, especially works featuring women and people of color. She also has an interest in narrative nonfiction as well as pop science projects.

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How to submit: If you would like to contact her with a book project or idea, she can be reached at nalexis (at) zshliterary.com.

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