Full Agent Profile: Jim Rutman



NAME

Jim Rutman

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



    FICTION GENRES
    Literary Fiction | Short Stories
    NONFICTION GENRES

    History | Sports | Celebrity | Politics | Current Affairs | Military | Journalism

    CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • Represents a wide range of novelists, journalists, historians, critics, and short story writers
    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
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of John Carroll University


    NEW DEALS
    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    Everything But the Burden: What White People Are Taking from Black Culture
    Author:   Greg Tate
    Genres:   Multi-Cultural | Pop Culture
    Publisher:   Broadway; 1st edition (January 14, 2003)
    In this collection, essayists examine how from Brooklyn to the Badlands white people are co-opting black styles of music, dance, dress, and slang
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    Twelve Bar Blues
    Author:   Patrick Neate
    Genres:   Literary Fiction | Family Saga | Multi-Cultural
    Publisher:   Grove Press; 1 Amer ed edition (October 1, 2002)
    An epic tale of fate and family, jazz and juju that spans three continents and two centuries to tell a story of enduring roots and indelible love
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    Tobacco: A Cultural History Of How An Exotic Plant Seduced Civilization
    Author:   Iain Gately
    Genres:   History | Narrative
    Publisher:   Diane Pub Co (July 1, 2004)
    The epic story of an unusual plant and its unique relationship with the history of humanity, from its obscure ancient beginnings, through its rise to global prominence, to its current embattled state today
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    Alternative Atlanta
    Author:   Marshall Boswell
    Genres:   Literary Fiction | Humor/Satire
    Publisher:   Delacorte Press (January 25, 2005)
    For thirty-year-old Gerald Brinkman, life in Atlanta in the year 1996–the summer of the Olympics–doesn’t feel half bad. Writing reviews of basement rock bands for an alternative paper, Gerald has carefully avoided getting a real job, while watching his old friends from grad school start careers, marriages, and affairs; but in this one life-changing summer, something is about to happen that will shake Gerald out of his complacency forever
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