Rick Pascocello joins Glass Literary Management
firstwriter.com – Tuesday December 27, 2016
Rick Pascocello has joined the boutique literary agency, Glass Literary Management, as a literary agent. Rick previously worked at Penguin Random House for 23 years, where he was Vice President, Executive Director of Marketing.
According to the agency's website, Rick is interested in working with nonfiction authors who bring a unique perspective to memoir, biography, business, history, narrative nonfiction, sports, popular culture, social commentary and other thought-provoking ideas, as well as mainstream and literary fiction writers "whose voices ring true on every page". He has previously worked with authors such as Harlan Coben, Patricia Cornwell, Ken Follett, Charlaine Harris, Khaled Hosseini, Nora Roberts, Patrick Rothfuss and JR Ward; as well as nonfiction bestsellers such as Stephen Johnson, Jen Lancaster, James McBride, Dan Pink, and Joan Rivers.
As ever, a new literary agent offers writers a rare opportunity to submit to an agent while they are actively building their list, rather than having all their time taken up with promoting the work of existing clients.
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