Sandy Lu Joins L. Perkins Agency

Lori Perkins has an agency in New York. I blogged this agency a while back when Jenny Rappaport left the agency to form her own. Now, Lori has taken on a new agent: Sandy Lu. Fiction areas of interest: literary and commercial fiction, upscale women's fiction, mystery, thriller, psychological horror, and historical fiction. She is especially interested in edgy, contemporary urban fiction.
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Lori Perkins has an agency in New York. I blogged this agency a while back when Jenny Rappaport left the agency to form her own. Now, Lori has taken on a new agent: Sandy Lu.

L. Perkins Associates doesn't have a Web site, but Lori runs her "Agent in the Middle" blog here. Here are some detail on Sandy:

Sandy Lu
L. Perkins Associates

Prior to her current position: Ms. Lu was with Vanguard Literary Agency.

Fiction areas of interest: literary and commercial fiction, upscale women's fiction, mystery, thriller, psychological horror, and historical fiction. She is especially interested in edgy, contemporary urban fiction.

Nonfiction areas of interest: narrative nonfiction, history, biography, memoir, science, psychology, pop culture, and food writing. She also has a particular interest in Asian or Asian-American writing, both original and in translation, fiction and nonfiction.

How to contact:sllperkinsagency@gmail.com.

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