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The Evan Marshall Agency

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About the Agency

Founded in 1987, the Evan Marshall Agency is a leading literary management firm specializing in adult and young-adult fiction. We handle a wide-ranging roster of writers in numerous genres, from romance to mystery and thriller to literary fiction. We take pride in providing careful career guidance and strategizing to our clients. As a result, a number of our authors have been with us for nearly three decades, and our titles regularly hit national bestseller lists including Amazon, USA TODAY, Barnes & Noble, Publishers Weekly and the New York Times. The Evan Marshall Agency is a member of the Association of Authors’ Representatives and adheres to its Code of Ethics.

Indie Rights Agency, a division of the Evan Marshall Agency, represents indie fiction authors to sell subsidiary rights domestically and in over 50 countries. These rights include reprint, electronic, foreign/translation, audio, book club, large print, motion picture and television, merchandising and serial.

About Evan Marshall

Evan Marshall is president of The Evan Marshall Agency and Indie Rights Agency. He is an award-winning literary agent specializing in fiction. Evan has held senior editorial positions at Houghton Mifflin, Ariel Books, New American Library, Everest House and Dodd, Mead, where he acquired national and international bestsellers. An expert on fiction writing, he has served as a contest judge for Wattpad. He authored the classic writing guide The Marshall Plan® for Novel Writing in 1998. It is now available as How To Write A Novel-The Marshall® Plan Software, co-created with Martha Jewett. The Marshall Plan® takes the frustration out of writing and delivers successful results fast. He is a graduate of Boston College. Evan is the author of ten traditionally published mystery novels in the Hidden Manhattan series and Jane Stuart series, called “Miss Marple lite” by Kirkus Reviews.

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