Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Top Literary Agents for Memoirs

Top Literary Agents for Memoirs

1. Madeline Morel, Literary Agent
2M Communications Ltd.
Address: 121 West 27 Street, Suite 601, New York, NY 10001

2. Lawrence Hoffman, Literary Agent
Authors' Marketing Services Ltd.
Address: Box 84668, 2336 Bloor Street West, Toronto, Ontario M6S-4Z7

3. Meredith Bernstein, Literary Agent
Meredith Bernstein Literary Agency
Address: 2095 Broadway, Suite 505, New York, NY 10023

4. Olivia B. Blumer, Literary Agent
The Blumer Literary Agency Inc.
Address: 350 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2003, New York, NY 10001

5. Jennifer DeChiara, Literary Agent
The Jennifer Dechiara Literary Agency
Address: 254 Park Avenue South, Suite 2L, New York, Ny 10010

6. Kate Epstein, Literary Agent
The Eptstein Literary Agency
Address: P.O. Box 356, Avon, MA 02322
Email: Does not accept queries via e-mail.

7. Sarah Jane Freymann, Literary Agent
Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency
Address: 59 West 71st Street No. 9B, New York, NY 10023


Unknown said...

Whoever posted there are 10 memoir agents did not look at this page closely, there are actually 7 and only 6 are in the U.S. I have been on Agents blogs today reading ludicrous statements they post to writers claiming there are hundreds of agents out there. This absurd statement is also included in the form of an email response agents send to writers. It simply isn't true. By the time you locate the New York team and select your genre, you have only so many agents; as you read their interests the margin narrows. And I don't care what reference book you look at, I own a copy of Jeff Herman's Guide. There simply isn't an enormous array to choose from, it's an old boys network, and only so many are allowed to play in the game. If more agents understood what it's like to be on the other side, they might not be so inclined to allow a good idea pass because they placed it into the hands of an underage, underpaid and inexperienced assistant.

Linda LaRoche

Will said...

What are the criteria behind all these Top Ten Agents for ______ lists? If this were a legitimate blog you would think the writer who appears to be anonymous would give his or her name and say more about it than just list the agents. I notice that some of the comments on other genre lists indicate the agents don't even represent that genre much less are the top agents whatever that's supposed to mean. People like me who are really trying to find the top memoir agents are apparently being taken in and wasting their time as the blogger never replies back to address these issues. Thanks for getting my hopes up and wasting my time.