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Amanda Jain is a new literary agent at the Inklings Literary Agency and actively building up her client list.
Inklings Literary Agency LLC is a full service, hands-on literary agency. The agency accepts unsolicited manuscript submissions from talented new writers, as well as from established authors. Inklings represent a broad range of commercial and literary fiction as well as memoirs and true crime.
Amanda earned her BA in English. She began her career working in the trade department at W.W. Norton.
After working at W.W Norton for seven years, Amanda left to
There’s a new literary agent in the field!
Kelly Peterson has recently joined Corvisiero Literary as a junior agent. Corvisiero is a New York City boutique literary agency.
Kelly is a graduate of West Chester University, with a B.S.Ed. in English. She worked for a while as a teacher, before deciding to pursue her true love of books instead. Kelly has a deep, life-long love for well-written stories.
Literary agent Kelly is currently building up her client list and welcomes unsolicited manuscript submissions.
Kelly is interested in representing the following Genres: