Katharine Sands

Katharine Sands, a literary agent with the Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency, has a mandate to publish books in a broad range of categories.

These include commercial fiction; nonfiction (popular culture, beauty, lifestyle, home arts, entertainment, and cookbooks); serious nonfiction (psychology, social thought, history and health-related topics); and, an eclectic category (popular reference, self-improvement, travel, humor, and spirituality) that includes droll wit and leading-edge concepts in publishing.

She represents a wide variety of recent and forthcoming books, including Brand Yourself: How to Create an Identity for a Brilliant Career (Ballantine/Random House); Elvis and You: Your Guide to the Pleasures of Being an Elvis Fan (Perigee/Penguin Putnam); XTC: Song Stories (Hyperion/Disney); Divorced, Beheaded, Died, Annulled, Beheaded, Survived: The Six Wives of Henry VIII (Addison Wesley); and, although out of print but achieving secondary market success, Under the Hula Moon (Crown/Random House).

The City Tripping series gained popularity in major cosmopolitan areas and Writers on Directors (Watson Guptill) provides insights for cinema fans.

Katharine Sands gives seminars on the subjects of writing and publishing for The Seminar Center (New York), First Class (Washington, D.C.), and The Knowledge Network (Albany). Her book reviews have appeared in The New York Times Book Review, AudioFile, and Publishers Weekly.

For information on how to send a completed manuscript, query first to Katharine Sands at her Manhattan office. Click here for her address.

 

 

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