Saturday, July 13, 2019

Six agents at Harvey Klinger Literary Agency seek authors, including new member of the team Cate Hart

The Dearly Beloved by Cara Wall,
represented by Harvey Klinger Agency

Harvey Klinger Literary Agency
300 W 55th Street,
New York, NY  10019

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The Harvey Klinger Agency has six agents, all actively seeking authors. The agency represents both fiction and nonfiction. In fiction, it represents everything from commercial to literary fiction, including fiction for middle grade, young adults and adults.

Cate Hart is the most recent addition to the team, having recently joined the Harvey Klinger Literary Agency after five years with Corvisiero Literary Agency as rights director and agent, representing Middle Grade to Adult fiction. Like all new agents, she needs authors.
Cate specializes in Historical fiction, whether in Young Adult, Women’s Fiction or Romance, and in Historical narrative nonfiction. She is particularly drawn to forgotten stories of the past and underrepresented voices, and especially personal to her is unexplored Southern history and culture.
Cate also loves high-concept fantasy in YA and Adult fiction. A graduate of the University of Tennessee, studying Theatre and History, Cate currently lives in Nashville with her children.
Kate is actively seeking both fiction and nonfiction projects.
In fiction, she’s looking for these categories: Historical, Commercial, Women’s fiction, Romance, Fantasy, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, Middle Grade and Young Adult.
In nonfiction, she’s looking for Narrative nonfiction, History, books about Film/TV/Theatre, Pop Culture, and music.
Query Kate through Query Manager at:  
Full submission guidelines here.

Meg Wheeler
If you’re interested in getting published, now or sometime in the future, don’t miss our upcoming How to Get Published workshop with literary agent Meg Wheeler of Westwood Creative Artists, Saturday, Sept 21, in Barrie (see here).  

Also, don’t miss Writing for Children and for Young Adults with Kids Can Press senior editor Yasemin U├žar and children's author Jennifer Mook-Sang at the Burlington Central Library, Saturday, Oct 5. Details here.

But the best way to grow as a writer may be with a weekly course. This fall, there will be a full range of courses on offer:
Oakville Library, Welcome to Creative Writing, Thursday evenings,  Sept 26 – Nov 28 (no class Oct 31). Details here
Toronto: Writing Personal Stories, Friday afternoons, Sept 27 – Nov 29 (no class Nov 1). Details here.
Burlington: Writing Personal Stories, Thursday afternoons, Sept 26 – November 28 (no class Oct 31.  Details here.
Burlington: Next Step in Creative Writing, Tuesday afternoons, Sept 24 – Dec 11 (no class Oct 8 or Nov 5). First readings emailed Sept 17. Details here.
Toronto: Intensive Creative Writing, Friday mornings, Sept 20 – Nov 8. First readings emailed  Sept 13. Details here.
Georgetown: Intensive Creative Writing,  Wednesday evenings, Sept 18 – Dec 11 (no class Oct 9). First readings emailed Sept 11.  Details here
See details of all the fall courses here.

To help get you write your best possible manuscript check out these upcoming workshops: How to Write a Page-Turner, Saturday, Aug 10, in Mississauga (see here), and Plotting Novels & Writing Short Stories, Saturday, Sept 14, in Toronto (see here). 
And don’t miss …
November at the Briars Writing Retreat
Friday, November 1 – Monday, November 4; four days of creativity in a setting that provides the warmth of a country estate steeped in history while providing all the benefits of an extensive, modern lakeside resort. Details here.
The Briars
To reserve a spot in any upcoming weekly course, weekend retreat, or Saturday workshop, email Brian at:
Read reviews of Brian’s courses, retreats, and workshops here.

 See Brian’s complete current schedule hereincluding Saturday writing workshops, weekly writing classes, and weekend retreats in Algonquin Park, Alliston, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Collingwood, Georgetown, Georgina, Guelph, Jackson’s Point, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Midland, Mississauga, New Tecumseth, Oakville, Ottawa, St. Catharines, Sudbury, Toronto, Windsor, Woodstock, Halton, Muskoka, Peel, Simcoe, York Region, the GTA, Ontario and beyond.

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