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Noticed: Literary Agent Emily Gref seeks Fiction

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Emily Gref

Just about everyone you meet calls themselves a writer these days, but few of them have ever been able to get a book into print. The publishing industry is a hard-nosed business, and it takes an experienced hand to guide a manuscript from the hard drive to the bookshelf, which is why many writers turn to literary agents to help their work along. But how do you get an agent? Well, it just so happens that Emily Gref of the Lowenstein Literary Agency is looking for submissions.

[Emily's] Her interests are wide and varied. In Young Adult and Middle Grade she is looking for all genres, but has a weak spot for fairy tale, folklore and mythology retellings. Emily is also interested in fantasy and science fiction, as well as literary and commercial women?s fiction.

If you have anything that she might like, head over to the Lowenstein Literary Agency's website to check out their submission guidelines. You can email your queries to [email protected].

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