Andrea Brown Literary Agency
The Andrea Brown Literary Agency was founded in August 1981 and has offices in the San Francisco Bay area, San Diego, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
Our agency works to bring to light the voices and perspectives of new writers as well as to nurture and develop the careers of experienced authors. Our goal, whether seeking to secure a publishing contract or helping our clients independently publish their work, is to make sure that clients are not only published, but published well.
Our philosophy is to remain a "small" agency at heart. We invest a great deal of personal care and attention in each project, and we are hands-on in all aspects of our interactions with clients. We work closely with clients in an editorial capacity and we devise a strategy at every stage of the writing process that will enable us to find the best publisher for each book. In doing so, we think about both short term and long term goals for our clients, always keeping the trajectory of a successful career in mind.
Our agents have backgrounds in New York publishing, editing, academia, business, teaching, writing and film, and one of our strengths as an agency is that we work collaboratively. Our clients have the benefit not only of their individual agent's expertise but of the combined experience and vision of the group.
As a West Coast based agency, we follow a tradition of West Coast innovation in our passion for discovering new voices, in our efforts to make New York publishing more inclusive of voices from other parts of the country, and in our attempt to see publishing trends that result from this broader perspective. We combine this approach with access, standing, and visibility in the publishing community at large. Our agents make regular trips to New York, attend industry conventions, and participate as faculty at writers' conferences all over the country. We ensure a high profile for our clients and actively keep our fingers on the pulse of publishing.
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Dragon Sword (Danger Boy Series #2)
by Mark London Williams
12-year-old time-traveler Eli Sands has seen much of world history. But in his second adventure, he can't possibly imagine the characters he will encounter: vile Hitler Youth, Joe DiMaggio, even the wizard Merlin! This time Eli may have found his mom, but can he bring her home and save the free world from tyrannical rule? With the help of old friends Clyne and Thea, it may just be possible!
Soaring Like Eagles
by Sandra Markle
When Kate hears a conversation at her mother's funeral, she unlocks a door to her family's past. Now she is determined to track down her Cherokee grandfather, Tsan, who lives on Snowbird Mountain. He teaches Kate the Cherokee way of life, and together they raise an eaglet orphaned by ruthless poachers. When the poachers return, Tsan and Kate must try to save the majestic birds, but at what cost?
The Weight of Stars: Three United States of Asgard Novellas
by Tessa Gratton
GOLD RUNNER tells the story of Amon Thorson a rebel who specializes in illegal troll artifacts and elf gold. LADY BERSERK is about Vider the first female berserker warrior in generations. GLORY’S TEETH offers a glimpse into the heart of the Fenris Wolf trapped in the shape of a teenaged girl for hundreds of years so she cannot grow large enough to devour the sun and begin the end of the world.
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