Lucinda Literary is one of very few hybrid literary and marketing agencies, and has newly expanded to include a lecture bureau for authors. Representing books primarily in business, health/lifestyle, popular science, and narrative nonfiction, as well as upmarket fiction, Lucinda Literary uses a multi-pronged approach—representation, lecture, marketing, and publicity—to help authors identify and reach the broadest audience of readers possible.
Bringing lecture and media relationships to every client we represent, along with years of marketing and publicity expertise, we guide authors through every step of the publishing process.
With over a decade of experience in corporate and agency publishing, Lucinda Halpern founded Lucinda Literary in 2011. She began her publishing career in Publicity at HarperCollins, later worked in Scholastic’s Marketing Partnerships Division, and joined Fletcher & Company as a literary agent and marketing consultant in 2009, where she helped market bestselling authors such as Gretchen Rubin (The Happiness Project).
Lucinda studied at the Sorbonne in Paris and McGill University in Montreal. She is originally from New York City, where her company is based.