Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Rebecca Gradinger joins Fletcher & Company


Fletcher & Company
78 Fifth Avenue, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10011

Rebecca Gradinger joined Fletcher & Company in 2009. Previously she was an agent with Janklow & Nesbit Associates, a foreign literary scout at Mary Anne Thompson Associates, and a lawyer, practicing media and intellectual property law, at Frankfurt Garbus Klein & Selz.

Rebecca has eclectic taste in the books that she represents but a common thread in almost all of her projects is a strong emotional core. She is interested in projects that fall into the following categories: literary fiction, upmarket commercial fiction, narrative non-fiction, self-help, memoir, humor, parenting, YA, and pop culture.

Rebecca's particular areas of interest are: health and medicine, memoir that takes you into unfamiliar worlds, women’s issues of all kinds, cultural studies, and fiction that is simply impossible to stop reading (and if it makes you weep, all the better!).

Some of Rebecca’s recent clients include Dr. Pauline Chen New York Times columnist and author of the New York Times bestseller Final Exam: A Surgeon’s Reflections on Mortality (Knopf), Amy Silverstein's Sick Girl (Grove), Kathleen Grissom's The Kitchen House (Simon &Shuster) Catherine Hanrahan's Lost Girls and Love Hotels (Harpercollins), D.G Fulford's Designated Daughter (Hyperion), and Lilit Marcus' Save the Assistants (Hyperion).

Rebecca is originally from Montreal.

About Fletcher and Company: here
Details agents on staff and their preferences: here
Submission guidelines: here

Note: For information about Brian Henry’s upcoming writing workshops and classes see here.

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