I Have An Agent!

Now that the grueling search is over and all the paperwork is signed, I can tell you that I’ve finally landed an agent to represent my work to the trade. And that agent is none other than legendary superagent Richard Curtis! That’s right, somehow I’ve finagled my way into sharing an agent with Harlan Ellison, Dan Simmons, Kim Harrison, Greg Bear, and many other writers far better than I!

So if you have any rights inquiries regarding my work from now on, including foreign language, audio, and film & TV, you’ll need to contact Richard at:

Richard Curtis Associates, Inc.
171 East 74th Street
New York, NY 10021
Phone: (212) 772-7363
Fax: (212) 772-7393
rcurtis AT curtisagency DOT com

(You can find this information on the Contact page of my website, too.)

Please refrain from contacting him for anything other than rights inquiries. For example, do not contact him asking for my address, or what kind of flowers I like, or my favorite chocolates. I’m just saying. Also, please refrain from contacting him to tell him what a terrible mistake he’s made. I’m sure he already knows.

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