New Literary Agent Alert: Berta Treitl of Grosvenor Literary Agency

She is seeking: "Berta is selectively building her nonfiction list in these areas: science and technology; current events, law and politics, biography, business and marketing; and art, design, cooking, health, and lifestyle. "In fiction, she’s interested in historical and high-quality mysteries. Berta focuses on projects that present a counterintuitive or fresh viewpoint and that feature unusual communities, travel and foreign locales, and female main characters."
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Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Berta Treitl of Grosvenor Literary Agency) 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 Berta: Berta Treitl is an attorney and literary agent. Before joining the Grosvenor Literary Agency, Berta worked at a respected New York agency and in private legal practice. She is a member of the New York Bar, the District of Columbia Bar, and Washington Area Lawyers for the Arts.

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She is seeking: "Berta is selectively building her nonfiction list in these areas: science and technology; current events, law and politics, biography, business and marketing; and art, design, cooking, health, and lifestyle.

"In fiction, she’s interested in historical and high-quality mysteries. Berta focuses on projects that present a counter-intuitive or fresh viewpoint and that feature unusual communities, travel and foreign locales, and female main characters."

How to submit: Query berta [at] grosvenorlit.com.

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