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Mr. Frank Weimann

Folio Literary Management

630 9th Avenue, Suite 1101

New York, NY 10036



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Website: foliolit.com/

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E-Mail: Yes

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from ArtEqualsOxygen
Apr 26, 2021 4:27 pm


EQ 4/26/21 Memoir
from Bonni_Brodnick
Jan 18, 2021 4:12 pm


Passes
from CSIBOB
Jun 17, 2020 12:01 pm


EQ 5/6/20
Rejection 6/17/20 If no response in six weeks not interested.
from Patrick (admin)
Jan 14, 2020 12:00 pm


Profile Update: Genres updated.
from Patrick (admin)
Oct 02, 2018 7:51 am


Profile Update: Profile reviewed.

from KristenH
Sep 06, 2017 4:05 pm


EQ 8/3/17 (requery Venom)
ER 9/6/17 (Passed from nudge--no reason.)
from bevjack1
Apr 22, 2015 11:29 am


wow, bad press here. I'm going in anyway!
FQ 4/22/15 memoir 81K
from edsxxx
Dec 11, 2014 10:55 am


Steve,
Best of luck but know that the guy has a history of just dumping writers. That's not just from me he did when he had his own company. If you Google his name you can read his history. I was told after my experience with him by the President of a writers association that he has a long history of just dumping writers. Best of luck to you, hope it works out for you...
from stevegouldfan1
Nov 22, 2014 7:15 am


He represents someone I know and she suggested I contact him. Wrote to him in early October and he asked for the full. Am waiting now.
from edsxxx
Oct 28, 2014 8:23 pm


I am curious, what other kind of agents are there other than hands-on agents???

I actually signed a contract with the guy, then got dumped, so it's not as bad as it could be, maybe you can't see it right now but hopefully things will end up working out better for you, then they would with a guy who has no regard for writers. Wishing you all the best...Southernfried....
from southernfriedauthor
Oct 11, 2014 8:34 am


:^( So disappointed. Nothing like being jerked up to the clouds and then dashed down to the ground again.
ER 9/27 - sent from his asst., "Sorry for the delay. While we like many elements of your work. I think you may need a more hands-on agent. We wish you the best of luck. Thank you, John Schuster for FW"
Nudged on 9/17
Waited.
Rec'd 9/10 email (from his private email address) from his iPhone, "I love this so far! Will be in touch right away."
Nudged 8/13
Full Request 7/12
EQ 7/4/2014
from edsxxx
Aug 14, 2014 11:28 am


Sounds like he did absolutely nothing for four months......FYI, the guy is always listed in the top ten of literary agents. With a very impressive list of clients, turns out they were all years ago. Excellent Monday morning quarterbacking, How do you know what kind of a "partner" your agent is going to be until you sign with them???? Thanks for your comment, useless......
from OssuaryVixen
Aug 01, 2014 12:22 pm


Sounds like he was dealing with a lot. Before you sign a contract, there are questions you need to ask--including asking for contact info of a few of his current clients as referrals. Don't just giggle and sign. There are many sites that offer advice, and will tell you what to ask. Remember, you're business partners. An agent isn't your boss or slave driver. You're colleagues.
from edsxxx
Jul 25, 2014 7:17 am


I wish you the best of luck..... If you are offered a contract, it is probably going to be very hard to say no, after all the guy is always listed as one of the top agents. I am glad I was at least able to warn you of what might happen. Me, I am back to square one hoping to get pulled out of the slush pile.......
from southernfriedauthor
Jul 12, 2014 7:14 pm


I just rec'd a full ms request from this guy. How disappointing. I'm quickly losing respect for this profession. Do honest, decent lit agents exist anymore? They seem to be in the same category as many attorneys--bottom feeders who prey on those who depend on them for help. Bummer.

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