Agent Chelsea Lindman Puts Out a Call For Queries

Chelsea Lindman of Greenberger Associates is seeking: Her primary interests include playful literary fiction, upmarket crime fiction, and forward thinking or boundary-pushing nonfiction. Chelsea also represents a select list of children’s book authors whose stories have an emphasis on voice-driven narratives. Most importantly, Chelsea is interested in working with clients that are looking to build a lasting relationship.
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This post is not technically a New Agent Alert because agent Chelsea Lindman is not new. That said, she just transitioned to a new agency (Sanford J. Greenberger Associates) and confirmed to me that she is actively seeking new submissions and queries from writers. See her information below!

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About Chelsea: Chelsea Lindman is a literary agent at Sanford J. Greenburger Associates. She was previously with the agency as the Director of Foreign Rights for The Nicholas Ellison Agency, a division within Sanford J. Greenburger Associates, where she worked with international publishers to nurture and develop audiences abroad for the agency’s bestselling authors such as Nelson DeMille, Sarah Dunn, Jeff Lindsay, Christopher Moore, and Alan Weisman, as well as several debut authors. Chelsea began her publishing career as an editor at Europa Editions, and is a graduate of University of California, Santa Barbara. Find her on Twitter.

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She is seeking: Her primary interests include playful literary fiction, upmarket crime fiction, and forward thinking or boundary-pushing nonfiction. Chelsea also represents a select list of children’s book authors whose stories have an emphasis on voice-driven narratives. Most importantly, Chelsea is interested in working with clients that are looking to build a lasting relationship.

How to submit: Query clindman [at] sjga.com.

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