New Agency Alert: Kirsten Neuhaus Literary

Kirsten Neuhaus, who has worked at a few agencies in recent years, has recently broke out on her own. She is seeking: Nonfiction, particularly current events, international affairs, pop cultural studies, and narratives with strong female voices, as well as up-market, commercial fiction.
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As of 2013, Kirsten has joined Foundry Literary + Media.

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Kirsten Neuhaus, who has worked at a few agencies in recent years, has recently broke out on her own. Here are the details:

Kirsten Neuhaus Literary Agency
21 W 38th Street, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10018
646 839 6899


Seeking: Nonfiction, particularly current events, international affairs, pop cultural studies, and narratives with strong female voices, as well as up-market, commercial fiction.

Submission Guidelines: "Our preferred method for receiving queries is via email. Please send a query letter, including a bio, and approximately ten sample pages to:submissions@kirstenneuhausliterary.com."

Please Note:
- All material must appear in the body of the e-mail.
- She will not open any attachments.
- She does not respond to queries via phone.

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