The Jennifer Lyons Literary Agency, LLC
27 West 20th St. Suite 1003
New York, NY 10011
Please send only a query letter if submitting unsolicited, and make sure to include your email address so we can use that to respond to you. If we are interested in your submission, we will request sample chapters or the full manuscript. Please include an SASE of the appropriate size if you mail requested manuscript pages to us and may later want them returned.
Do NOT send original artwork or the only copy of your manuscript, either in hard copy or by CD/DVD. Although all possible care is taken with submissions, Jennifer Lyons Literary Agency bears no responsibility for the loss or damage of materials.
For Jeff Ourvan exclusively, kindly send queries ONLY by email to jeff (at) jenniferlyonsliteraryagency (dot) com.
Jennifer prefers hard copy queries, but can also be queried by email at jenniferlyonsagency (at) gmail (dot) com.
Seeking: Literary fiction and upmarket, commercial women’s fiction. Narrative nonfiction. Children’s books, especially middle grade and young adult.
Kindly send queries ONLY by email to jeff (at) jenniferlyonsliteraryagency (dot) com.
Seeking: Non-fiction, especially narrative nonfiction histories, biographies, international current events, finance, science and sports; fiction, particularly in the young adult, middle grade, mystery, sci-fi and thriller categories.
Pamela accepts e-mail queries, in the categories described below, at pamela (at) jenniferlyonsliteraryagency (dot) com.
Seeking: Fiction (literary and upmarket commercial, crime and suspense) that examines moral problems, family dynamics, and human behavior. Narrative nonfiction in history, natural history, arts and culture. She does not consider nonfiction in the areas of pop culture, self-help or practical nonfiction, nor fiction in the categories of science fiction/fantasy, romance/erotica, juvenile or YA fiction.
Jessica accepts e-mail queries only at jfsubmissions (at) jenniferlyonsliteraryagency (dot) com.
Seeking: Literary and upmarket commercial fiction, fiction that balances on the edge of genre, and some selective science fiction/fantasy and YA. Prescriptive pop culture nonfiction, as well as humor, cookbooks, and narrative nonfiction about science or history that resonates with current conversations. Jessica is not considering romance/erotica, thrillers, true crime, memoir, unillustrated graphic novels, or Children’s or Middle Grade books at this time.