New Literary Agent Alert: Sergei Tsimberov of Ayesha Pande Literary - Writer's Digest

New Literary Agent Alert: Sergei Tsimberov of Ayesha Pande Literary

Sergei represents both literary fiction and nonfiction. He is looking for imaginative and polished voice-driven writing, and is particularly interested in narratives with historical, political and international themes.
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About Sergei: Sergei Tsimberov holds an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Iowa Writer's Workshop and a J.D. from the Cardozo School of Law. He has been a literary agent since 2013 and joined Ayesha Pande Literary in summer 2014.

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He is seeking: As an agent, he represents both literary fiction and nonfiction. He is looking for imaginative and polished voice-driven writing, and is particularly interested in narratives with historical, political and international themes.

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