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agent : tdubois@icmpartners.com
Tina Dubois
ICM Partners
65 East 55th Street, New York, NY 10022
(212) 556-5600
http://icmpartners.com
twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TinaDuboisNY
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With one of the most prestigious literary departments in the world, ICM Partners represents a wide range of writers, including authors of bestselling fiction and non-fiction books, prominent newspaper and magazine journalists, as well as recipients of the Nobel Prize, Pulitzer Prize, National Book Award, and many other literary honors. Among the agency’s clients are acclaimed and popular authors such as Patricia Cornwell, Thomas L. Friedman, Cormac McCarthy, Walter Isaacson, Toni Morrison, Anna Quindlen, Carl Hiaasen, E.L. Doctorow, Anthony Swofford, John Feinstein, Vince Flynn, Nelson DeMille, Chris Cleave, Ann Patchett, Jennifer Egan, Katherine Boo, and Steve Martin. For each of the last several years, ICM has represented more than 100 titles on The New York Times Best Sellers list. In addition to selling publication rights, ICM’s New York literary agents work closely with ICM agents in Los Angeles to seek out opportunities for film and television adaptations. For foreign rights, ICM works in partnership with Curtis Brown in London, who sell UK and translation rights to ICM books. In recent years, ICM has joined forces with two outside literary agencies: Rafe Sagalyn in Washington, DC and Gelfman/Schneider in New York.


GENRES & SPECIALTIES
Juvenile fiction, Children's books
MOST RECENT SALES/ FORTHCOMING BOOKS
Morgan Parker's UNTITLED NONFICTION (One World) co-agented with Dan Kirschen
Junauda Petrus's THE STARS AND THE BLACKNESS BETWEEN THEM (Dutton)
Kelly Jensen's (DON'T) CALL ME CRAZY (Algonquin)
Shane Burcaw's STRANGERS ASSUME MY GIRLFRIEND IS MY NURSE (Roaring Brook Press)
Anne Ursu's THE LOST GIRL (Walden Pond Press)
Crystal Chan's ALL THAT I CAN FIX (Simon Pulse)
Donna Gephart's THE PARIS PROJECT (Delacorte)
Henry Lien's PEASPROUT CHEN, FUTURE LEGEND OF SKATE AND SWORD I & II (Holt)
Shannon Gibney's DREAM COUNTRY (Dutton)
Laurel Snyder's MY JASPER JUNE (Walden Pond Press)
Arthur Yorink's PRESTO AND ZESTO IN LIMBOLAND with Maurice Sendak (HarperCollins)
Taye Diggs' I LOVE YOU MORE THAN with Shane Evans (Feiwel & Friends)
Akilah Hughes' OBVIOUSLY (Razorbill)
Brandy Colbert's THE REVOLUTION OF BIRDIE RANDOLPH (Little, Brown)
Paula Young Shelton's JUST LIKE JESSE OWENS (Scholastic)
Maggie Lehrman's THE LAST BEST STORY (Balzer & Bray)
Mary Winn Heider's THE MORTIFICATION OF FOVEA MUNSON (Disney-Hyperion)
Laura Ruby's THIRTEEN DOORWAYS (Balzer + Bray)
SUB-AGENTS/ RIGHTS CONTACTS
Please visit www.curtisbrown.co.uk/translation-rights
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
I welcome query letters by email [tdubois@icmpartners.com]. Please include the first five pages of your manuscript pasted into the body of your email below your query.
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