Full Agent Profile: Dawn Frederick



NAME

Dawn Frederick

AGENCY
Red Sofa Literary
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
dawn@redsofaliterary.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://www.redsofaliterary.com



FICTION GENRES

NONFICTION GENRES

History | Sports | Biography | Multi-Cultural | Cookbooks | Current Affairs | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Narrative | Health & Fitness | Cultural/Social Issues | Humor | Juvenile

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • She is also interested in women's narratives related to nonfiction chicklit, Latina, African-American, and more...
    • In terms of nonfiction/sports, she is interested in less mainstream, more extreme sport, ex: Roller Derby
    • In terms of pop culture, she is especially interested in Americana, and anything quirky
    DOES NOT REPRESENT
    • This agency is NOT accepting fiction queries
    • NO biograhies or personal memoirs
    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • Email/nonfiction: query only (do NOT send sample chapters or proposal via email)
    • Snail Mail/nonfiction: query, proposal, outline, and sample chapter with SASE

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • Previous books sold include: I Love Rock & Roll (Except When I Hate It) by Brian Boone (Perigee), The Secrets of Skinny Chicks by Karen Bridson (McGraw-Hill), Finding Betty Crocker by Susan Marks (Simon & Schuster), Train to Nowhere by Colleen Bradford-Krantz (Ice Cube Press), and No Mercy: Roller Derby Life on the Flat-Track by Jules Doyle (Schiffer Publilshing).
    EDUCATION


    NEW DEALS
    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    The Secrets of Skinny Chicks
    Author:   Karen Bridson
    Genres:   Women's Issues
    Publisher:   McGraw-Hill; 1 edition (July 26, 2006)
    Award-winning women's health journalist Karen Bridson profiles 25 svelte women--including models, actors, athletes and regular folks--to reveal exactly what it is each one does to look so great
    View book at Amazon

    Finding Betty Crocker: The Secret Life of America's First Lady of Food
    Author:   Susan Marks
    Genres:   History | Women's Issues
    Publisher:   Simon & Schuster (March 29, 2005)
    Entwined in Marks' absorbing review of Betty Crocker's historical evolution are a sampling of favorite recipes and letters from Crocker's loyal radio, TV, and cookbook following, as well as photos showing Crocker's changing public face
    View book at Amazon




    LINKS
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    PREVIOUS AGENCIES
    Sebastian Literary Agency
    Sebastian Literary Agency