New Literary Agent Alert: Cynthia Kane of Capital Talent Agency

"The new literary division of Capital Talent Agency is a wonderful home for authors who are looking for a supportive and hands-on agency." Cynthia is seeking: young adult, children's, nonfiction, memoir, commercial fiction (but no science fiction or fantasy).
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About Cynthia: "I've been involved in the publishing industry for more than ten years. I have worked as a Development Editor for different publishing houses and individual authors and have seen more than 100 titles to market. I worked with Michael Gross, New York Times best-selling author, as a researcher on 740 Park: The Story of the World’s Richest Apartment Building and Rogues Gallery: The Secret History of the Moguls and the Money That Made the Metropolitan Museum. I have also written for national and international publications and have served as a writing instructor at the Writopia Lab in Washington, DC, and have run several writing workshops at public libraries in the area and Politics & Prose Bookstore. I received my B.A. in Literature from Bard College and M.F.A. in Creative Nonfiction from Sarah Lawrence College.

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"The new literary division of Capital Talent Agency is a wonderful home for authors who are looking for a supportive and hands-on agency. We want nothing more than to see our authors achieve their dreams, and we do everything we can to make that happen."

She is seeking: young adult, children's, nonfiction, memoir, commercial fiction (but no science fiction or fantasy).

How to contact: "Submissions should be sent to literary.submissions [at] capitaltalentagency.com. We accept submissions only by e-mail. We do not accept queries via postal mail or fax. For fiction and nonfiction submissions, send a query letter in the body of your e-mail. Attachments will not be opened. Please note that while we consider each query seriously, we are unable to respond to all of them. We endeavor to respond within six weeks to projects that interest us."

(Are you writing middle grade, edgy paranormal, women's fiction or sci-fi? Read about agents seeking your query.)

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