Full Agent Profile: Philippa "Flip" Brophy



NAME

Philippa "Flip" Brophy

AGENCY
Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.
AAR MEMBER
No
EMAIL
flip@sll.com
  • Does not accept email queries.
  • AGENCY WEB SITE
    http://www.sll.com



    FICTION GENRES
    Literary Fiction | Mystery | Commercial Fiction | Historical Fiction | Thrillers/Suspense | Multi-Cultural
    NONFICTION GENRES

    History | Celebrity | Biography | Politics | Science | Memoirs | Current Affairs | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Narrative | Cultural/Social Issues

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

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • Represents veteran authors and politicians
    • She is most interested in current events, memoir, science, politics, biography, and women's issues
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • Snail Mail/fiction: query, synopsis, and first 3 chapters with SASE
    • Snail Mail/nonfiction: query, bio, proposal, sample chapter with SASE

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • She has spent her entire 30+ year career with Sterling Lord Literistic
    • She represents several Pulitzer Prize winning journalists, distinguished politicians, and award-winning novelists
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of Boston University


    NEW DEALS
    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    Richardson's Rules: The Making of a Political Life
    Author:   Bill Richardson
    Genres:   Celebrity | Politics
    Publisher:   G. P. Putnam's Sons ; (2005)
    Described by Washington insiders as "The most charismatic figure in the Democratic Party today, bar none," Richardson's life--a fascinating combination of covert adventures, behind-the-scenes diplomatic missions and personal dreams realized on a national and international stage--will be chronicled in his own voice in the book


    My Mother's Daughter: A Novel
    Author:   Judith Henry Wall
    Genres:   Family Saga
    Publisher:   Simon & Schuster; (May 2000)
    Opening at the beginning of WWII, this novel explores the secrets and betrayals of two sisters and their families in the small town of Columbus, Texas
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    Miracle at St. Anna
    Author:   James McBride
    Genres:   Commercial Fiction | Historical Fiction | Multi-Cultural
    Publisher:   Riverhead Books; (January 7, 2003)
    In an era of Jim Crow laws, segregation, and institutional and widespread personal racism, this novel chronicles the heroic struggle of black American soldiers fighting the German army in the mountains of Italy around the village of St. Anna of Stazzema in December 1944
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    12,000 Miles in the Nick of Time: A Family Tale
    Author:   Mark Jacobson, Rae Jacobson
    Genres:   Pop Culture
    Publisher:   Atlantic Monthly Press; 1st edition (June 2003)
    In 2000, former Village Voice writer Jacobson, his wife and three kids (aged 16, 12 and nine) left cushy Park Slope, Brooklyn, and spent three months traipsing through Asia, the Middle East, England and France in order to wake up his McDonald's/TV/CD-driven zombified kids and free his family from pop culture bondage
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    I, Che Guevara: A Novel
    Author:   John Blackthorn
    Genres:   Commercial Fiction | Historical Fiction | Thrillers/Suspense
    Publisher:   William Morrow; (January 2000)
    Che Guevara, the iconic guerrilla and revolutionary, is not dead; instead, after 32 years on the run in the Third World, he is back in Cuba leading a galvanizing new revolution against both communism and capitalism
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