to the website of Sara Crowe.
I am an agent
at Harvey Klinger, Inc. where I represent children's fiction and adult fiction and non fiction. My clients include NYT Bestselling author Jonathan Maberry, USA Today Bestselling author Jeff Hirsch, as well as Nina LaCour, Michael Northrop, Lisa Schroeder, Kristen Tracy, and Dan Wells. My authors have been nominated for Edgars and the Morris Award and have been on the ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults list and in the Top Ten. I am consistently ranked among the top three YA and MG agents in Publishers Marketplace.
After attending the Radcliffe Publishing Course, I started my career at The Wylie Agency in New York, and after two years, moved to their London office as a foreign rights agent. At Trident Media Group in New York, I was a Foreign rights manager and represented rights for Louis Sachar, Michael Ondaatje and Russell Banks. I joined Harvey Klinger in 2005 to build my own list and to develop a children's list for the agency.
Utilizing my seven years of experience in foreign rights, I aggressively market British and translation rights for my authors, regularly attending the Bologna book fair to promote my clients' work. We work closely with our co-agents overseas to market our list internationally, and actively market film and TV rights for our clients.
I have many debuts among my recent sales and hope to keep it that way. I'm open to queries and read and respond to all of them. I do not respond to queries sent by regular mail. I prefer queries by email, to email@example.com or, sent with the form on the agency website: www.harveyklinger.com Feel free to include up to 5 pages below the query, pasted in as plain text in the body of your email. No attachments, please.
PLEASE NOTE: In anticipation of my upcoming maternity leave, I will be closing to queries from May 10th, 2013 through September 2nd, 2013. I will not respond to queries during this period. Many thanks, Sara.
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