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Agent Andrea Hurst Seeks Women's Fiction, Romance, YA, Memoir and More

This alert from established literary agent Andrea Hurst (Andrea Hurts & Associates): "I am reopening my submissions this summer to unsolicited queries from June 1 - September 1, 2014." This is a great opportunity for writers everywhere who are writing genres & categories that Andrea accepts. She is not always open to submissions, and wanted writers to know. More info after the break.

This alert from established literary agent Andrea Hurst (Andrea Hurts & Associates): "I am reopening my submissions this summer to unsolicited queries from June 1 - (updated) August 1, 2014." This is a great opportunity for writers everywhere who are writing genres & categories that Andrea accepts. She is not always open to submissions, and wanted writers to know. More info below.

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She is seeking: "I am looking for upmarket, book club women's fiction, commercial women's fiction/romance (contemporary or historical), young adult fiction, and most areas of nonfiction (authors with a substantial platform who have already developed a solid, highly polished proposal – this includes memoirs, health/wellness, business, self-help/personal growth, memoir, cookbooks, pet books, spirituality). As of 2014, we are now accepting middle grade contemporary fiction as well."

How to submit: The submission window for Andrea has now closed as of August 2014.

(Do writers need an outside edit before querying agents?)

Learn more about Andrea: http://www.andreahurst.com/literary-management/about/andrea-hurst/

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