Inscriptions Literary Agency LLC
DescriptionA boutique literary agency which offers representation services to authors who are both published and pre-published. Our mission is to form strong partnerships with our clients and build long-term relationships that extend from writing the first draft through the entire length of the author’s career.
What is a boutique literary agency? A small, but mighty agency that has less than 12 agents. We specialize in quality, not quantity. We limit the amount of clients we take on, in order to give each client our full attention.
We are not looking for books containing: political agenda, controversies, AI content, alternative religion books, books labeled “Christian” that do not follow the standards of the Bible, Sci-Fi-Christian, illustrated children’s books.
We are not looking for: Erotic, board books, baby or toddler books, lyrical books, SEL books, or topics in children’s books that contradict basic Christian standards. We believe Christian values should always be portrayed in Children’s fiction.
Submit literary submissions via QueryManager. Submit pitches for screenplay representation by email.
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