New Children's Agency: Rodeen Literary Management

Paul Rodeen recently left his position at Sterling Lord Literistic to establish his own agency, focusing on children's writing. Interested in children's work and illustrators, middle grade, picture books and young adult.
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Paul Rodeen recently left his position at Sterling Lord Literistic to establish his own agency, focusing on children's writing. Here are the details.

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3501 N. Southport #497, Chicago, IL 60657.

Interested In: Children's work and illustrators, middle grade, picture books and young adult. Contact: Paul Rodeen.

How to submit: Send submissions electronically to Guidelines: "
Unsolicited submissions are accepted, however, we do not accept unsolicited hardcopy submissions.
Cover letters with contact information should be included. Lengthy pieces and large files should not be sent initially, fifty
pages from a novel or a longer work of nonfiction will suffice. Electronic portfolios from illustrators are accepted. Picture book texts and picture book dummies are accepted. Graphic novels and comic books are accepted. We do not require exclusive looks at manuscripts. Response time will vary depending on schedules and submission volume."

Tips: "If you are an aspiring writer, experienced author, illustrator or educational author of children's books, picture books, middle age books or young adult novels, then please contact us to discuss representation."

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