"Wendy Goldman Rohm is a literary inspiration."--Glamour magazine
Rohm offers an acclaimed 12-week online Book Development
class a few times a year for authors worldwide who wish to perfect,
develop, or fine tune their manuscript. The next 12-week
session will accept 10 new authors and begins Sept. 21,2014. The
Rohm Agency also presents the Paris Writers Retreat. The next conference
in Paris is held Sept. 1 - 5, 2014.
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Boutique agency with offices in New York, Paris, and Los Angeles.
Representing emerging Nonfiction and Fiction authors. Focus
includes: Memoir, Narrative Nonfiction, Business, Journalism,
Travel, Political, Current Affairs, Science/Technology, Literary
Fiction, Commercial Fiction, Young Adult, Spiritual/Inspirational.
Agency also provides expert editing, writing, book development, media consulting
and research services. We are a mutifaceted resource for publishers,
individual authors,producers, and creative talent.
Headed by author and literary agent Wendy Goldman Rohm, whose clients
have included: The Atlantic, The New York Times Syndicate International, Random House,
Wired magazine, Men's Vogue, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Playboy magazine,
Chicago Tribune, Conde Nast, Boston Globe, Tina Brown's Tallk magazine, Ziff Davis,
CMP Media, The Magazine Group, John Wiley & Sons, Financial Times,
InformationWeek, Upside magazine, Red Herring, and many others. Rohm has
also been an author for Waterside Productions and Sterling Lord Literistic,
and a literary agent for the Waxman Agency and Waterside Productions.
She's been a commentator on numerous national and international television
and radio broadcasts, including: Nightline, The Today Show, NBC Nightly News,
Good Morning America, and dozens of programs on NBC, CNBC, PBS radio and television, CNN,
CBS, ABC, and BBC radio and television. Rohm has also been an expert researcher
for Townsend & Crew, Skadden Arps, and Conlin Associates, among many others.
Over the years, Rohm has served as Features Editor, Managing Editor, Contributing
Editor and Author focused on: current affairs, business, culture, travel, the arts,
literature, technology, science, world affairs, the federal government, and most
every topic worth investigating.
She's taught and lectured for MediaBistro, Yale University, onboard the QEII,
and numerous universities and organizations in the US, Europe and Asia. She
has presented her writing and book workshops in person and online since 2002,
in Europe, the U.S., and India.
Ms. Rohm's writing workshops have been held in the US, India,
France, Ireland, and Thailand, and have featured guest artists
including Pulitzer Prize finalist Suketu Mehta (Maximum City; Knopf);
Broadway producer Brian Swibel; screenwriter and film director
Pan Nalin ("Samsara," and "Valley of Flowers"); Obie-award-winning
playwright Robert Auletta; legendary literary agent Mr. Sterling
Lord (who represented authors Jack Kerouac and Ken Kesey, among
others); playwright Fabrice Rozie(Transatlantic Liaisons);
author Sarayu Ahuja (Where the Streets Lead; Out of God's Oven;
The Last Pretense); journalist/author Victoria Clarke (A Drink
with Shane MacGowan); children’s author Sonja Chandrachud (The
Potion of Eternity; Penguin India), British screenwriter Jane
Hawksley (Je T’aime Paris) and many others. Rohm also hosts
ongoing online Book Development Classes for authors worldwide.