Harvey Klinger received his M.A. in The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. He began his publishing career at Doubleday where he expected to become the next Max Perkins among editors. Instead, he left and worked for a literary agent for eighteen months and began forming his first client list. A two-year stint followed in association with an independent publicist. Harvey created his own independent operation in October, 1977 and has never looked back. He personally loves great adult commercial and literary fiction; and in non-fiction, books with a strong narrative voice in all disciplines, but written by an author who already has an established professional platform in one's field of expertise.
He does not personally accept submissions for children's books and those submissions should not be sent directly to him.
David Dunton has been at Harvey Klinger, Inc. since 1996. Among the writers he represents are S.J. Kincaid, Greg Kot, Tara Altebrando, Brad Tolinski, James Beard winner Jason Sheehan, Dan Charnas, Robert Elder, Scott Mebus, Ashley Kahn, Katherine Catmull, Lou Beach, Michelle Mercer, Ed Ward, Robert Gordon, and Ken Sharp. He specializes in music-related books and is looking for the following types of projects: pop culture, young adult fiction, middle grade fiction, narrative nonfiction, memoir, cooking, and literary fiction. See his listing on the client page of this website for links to some of his writers' webpages.
Sara Crowe represents children's fiction and adult fiction and non fiction. Her 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. Her 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. She is consistently ranked among the top three YA and MG agents in Publishers Marketplace.
Please visit her website: http://www.saracrowe.com/
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A literary agent for over ten years, Andrea Somberg represents a wide range of fiction and nonfiction, including projects aimed at a young adult and middle grade audience. Previously an agent at the Donald Maass Agency and Vigliano Associates, she joined Harvey Klinger Inc. in the spring of 2005. Her client list is quite full, however she is always actively looking to take on new authors who write in the following categories: Fiction; literary, commercial, womens fiction, romance, thrillers, mystery, paranormal, fantasy, science fiction, young adult, middle grade. Nonfiction: memoir, narrative, popular science, pop-culture, humor, how-to, parenting, self-help, lifestyle, travel, interior design, crafts, cookbooks, health & fitness, business, and sports.
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