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Full Agent Profile: Lynn Whittaker



NAME

Lynn Whittaker

AGENCY
Unknown
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
lynnwhittaker@aol.com
  • Does not accept email queries.
  • AGENCY WEB SITE




    FICTION GENRES
    Literary Fiction | Mystery | Historical Fiction
    NONFICTION GENRES

    History | Celebrity | Biography | Politics | How-To | Multi-Cultural | Self-Help | Memoirs | Adventure/True Story | Business | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Pets

    CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent is closed to queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • Topics of greatest interest include women's stories and issues, civil rights, sports and exercise, U.S. history, nature writing, animals, race issues, multicultural, celebrities and pop culture, and business and career development
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • Snail Mail: query & SASE (She prefers snail mail queries)

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of University of Georgia (MA)


    NEW DEALS
    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    River Woman: A Novel
    Author:   Donna Hemans
    Genres:   Commercial Fiction | Women's Fiction
    Publisher:   Washington Square Press (January 1, 2002)
    After the drowning of three-year-old Timothy in the river, a local Jamacian community becomes suspicious of Timothy's single teenage mother, Kelithe, when it is revealed that Kelithe's mother, Sonya, who had abandoned her daughter for a life in the States, made an offer for Kelithe to join her abroad, but without the boy
    View book at Amazon

    Eat My Words: Reading Women's Lives Through the Cookbooks They Wrote
    Author:   Janet Theophano
    Genres:   History | Cookbooks | Women's Issues
    Publisher:   Palgrave Macmillan (February 9, 2002)
    Beginning in the 17th century and bringing us to the present, Theophano examines cookbooks as repositories of female identity
    View book at Amazon




    LINKS
    PREVIOUS AGENCIES
    Graybill & English