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agent : plucas@janklow.com
Paul Lucas
Janklow & Nesbit
285 Madison Avenue, Floor 21, New York, NY 10017
646.231.4238
http://www.janklowandnesbit.com/people/paul-lucas
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After graduating from McGill with a degree in Canadian Poetry, Paul did time as a paralegal at a large firm in New York. Paul originally joined Janklow & Nesbit’s legal department in that capacity but shifted into representing writers after a few years. Paul is looking for authentic voices across fiction and nonfiction. He is especially drawn to stories about race, class, family, immigration and ostracization. Please send him your literary genre (horror, historical, science fiction & fantasy) and nonfiction (biography, history, politics, science & economics).

He still loves Canadian Poetry but, unfortunately, does not represent it.


GENRES & SPECIALTIES
General fiction, Fantasy/science fiction, Biography, Business/investing/finance, History, Sports, African-American, Science
LEADING CLIENTS
Katherine Arden, Robert Baer, Brooke Borel, Bruce Cannon Gibney, James Islington, Matthew Mather, Steve McHugh, Richard Phillips, Ben Raines, Anthony Ryan, R.A. Salvatore, Ben Schwartz, Erin Williams
BEST-KNOWN PROJECTS
The Bear and The Nightingale by Katherine Arden
Small Spaces by Katherine Arden
The Shadow of What Was Lost by James Islington
A Generation of Sociopaths by Bruce Cannon Gibney
The Wolf's Call by Anthony Ryan
Timeless by R.A. Salvatore
Commute by Erin Williams
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
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