New Agent Alert: Spencer Ellsworth at Lori Perkins - Writer's Digest

New Agent Alert: Spencer Ellsworth at Lori Perkins

APRIL 2009 UPDATE: Spencer is on a hiatus from agenting. (I think he's back in school.) Check with the L. Perkins Associates agency from time to time to see if he has returned.
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APRIL 2009 UPDATE: Spencer is on a hiatus from agenting. (I think he's back in school.) Check with the L. Perkins Associates agency from time to time to see if he has returned.

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It's very late here, but I wanted to pass along some information about Spencer Ellsworth, a new agent with L. Perkins Associates (the Lori Perkins Agency).

He sent me a note saying he is looking for "science fiction, fantasy, historical novels, graphic novels, satire, memoir and travel writing. Please, no vampires."

Query him at sellsworthlperkinsagency@yahoo.com.

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Here's some holy water, Spencer,
to keep those vampires at bay.

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