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Full Agent Profile: Warren Frazier



NAME

Warren Frazier

AGENCY
John Hawkins & Associates, Inc.
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
frazier@jhalit.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://www.jhalit.com/



FICTION GENRES
Literary Fiction | Short Stories | Offbeat/Quirky | Graphic Novels
NONFICTION GENRES

History | Science | Memoirs | Business | Narrative | Technology

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • His specialties include literary fiction and books on business, science. technology, and natural history.
    • He also is the one most likely to be out on the edge with multi-media innovations.
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • http://www.jhalit.com/#Submissions
    • We accepts email queries
    • For fiction: Include the first 3 chapters, or opening chapter of your novel as a single Word attachment.
    • For nonfiction: Include your book proposal as a single Word attachment. [The elements of a solid book proposal include: Overview; About the Author; Chapter Outline; Marketing/Publicity; Comparative Works; Sample Chapter.]

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    EDUCATION


    NEW DEALS
    Fiction | Literary Fiction
    Adam Johnson's THE ORPHAN MASTER'S SON, about a low-level North Korean spy who must make one bad decision after another in order to survive; taking the reader into the paranoid landscape of contemporary North Korea, pitched as reminiscent of THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD and CHILD 44 and the literary ambitions of David Mitchell's THE THOUSAND AUTUMNS OF JACOB DE ZOET, to David Ebershoff at Random House, in a pre-empt, by Warren Frazier at John Hawkins & Associates (world).

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    House of Leaves: A Novel
    Author:   Mark Z. Danielewski
    Genres:   Graphic Novels
    Publisher:   Pantheon; 2nd edition (March 7, 2000)
    Using an arsenal of post-modern, avant-garde techniques (from multiple typefaces, footnotes and collage, photographs, sketches, a page of Braille, and even an index), this debut novel weaves a multi-layered horror story about the Navidson family who move into a house and quickly learn something is very wrong with it
    View book at Amazon

    The Financial Lives of the Poets: A Novel (P.S.)
    Author:   Jess Walter
    Genres:   Literary Fiction
    Publisher:   Harper Perennial; Reprint edition (September 7, 2010)
    A satirical meditation on the American Dream gone horribly wrong
    View book at Amazon

    The Butterfly Mosque: A Young American Woman's Journey to Love and Islam
    Author:   Willow Wilson
    Genres:   Memoirs
    Publisher:   Atlantic Monthly Press (June 1, 2010)
    After an illness forces her to face her own mortality at age 18, Wilson, the child of two atheists, finds herself in search of religion. The faith that feels right for her is Islam, but in the wake of 9/11, she has difficulties embracing it fully until she decides to move to Cairo to teach at an English-language school, and while there, falls in love with Omar, an Egyptian physics teacher, who helps her become increasingly open about her faith
    View book at Amazon




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