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Full Agent Profile: Alex Glass



NAME

Alex Glass

AGENCY
Glass Literary Management
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    FICTION GENRES
    Literary Fiction | Commercial Fiction | Family Saga | Young Adult | Children's | Middle Grade
    NONFICTION GENRES

    Memoirs | Pop Culture | Narrative | Humor

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

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • He has recently left Trident Media to set-up his own agency, Glass Literary Management -- contact details are pending
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of John Hopkins University (BA) and American University (MFA)


    NEW DEALS
    Fiction | Children's
    A total of five Ellen Raskin books, including two new puzzle mysteries: THE WESTING QUEST, a sequel to THE WESTING GAME; A MURDER FOR MACARONI AND CHEESE; and reissues of three backlist novels, FIGGS & PHANTOMS, THE MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OF LEON (I MEAN NOEL), and THE TATTOOED POTATO. Dutton Children's

    Fiction | Literary Fiction
    New York Times bestselling memoirist (COLORS OF THE MOUNTAIN) and author of the BROTHERS Da Chen's second novel for adults, MY LAST EMPRESS, a colorful 19th century love story between an old-money American and a Chinese princess that takes an unexpected turn. Shaye Areheart Books/Crown Publishing Group '09

    Non-Fiction | History
    WWII historian Richard Frank's untitled narrative history of the Asian-Pacific War, written in three chronological volumes covering 1937-1945, bringing to light new information and drawing on access to never-before-seen source material and oral histories, pointing out the underestimated significance of the Asian-Pacific conflict. Random House

    Fiction | Commercial Fiction
    Author of THE AVERAGE AMERICAN MALE Chad Kultgen's THE LIE, a sexually explicit journey through the lives of three wealthy undergrads, pitched as RULES OF ATTRACTION set at SMU in Dallas. HarperCollins '08

    Non-Fiction | Pop Culture
    VICE columnist and former High Times editor David Bienenstock's HOW TO SMOKE POT PROPERLY, a highbrow guide to getting high, tailored for this new age of pot prohibition, to Kate Napolitano at Plume, in an exclusive submission, by Alex Glass at Trident Media Group (NA).

    Non-Fiction | Memoirs
    Writer-performer David Crabb's BAD KID, a memoir based on his one-man show of the same name, a humorous and moving coming-of-age tale of growing up gay and Goth in San Antonio, TX, filled with the music and pop culture of the early-nineties, to Laura Brown at Harper Perennial, by Alex Glass at Trident Media Group.

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS



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    Trident Media Group, LLC