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Ms. Agnes Birnbaum

Bleecker Street Associates, Inc.

217 Thompson St # A

New York, NY 10012

AAR Member: Yes

Accepts Queries Via...

Snail-Mail: Yes

E-Mail: No

Online Form: No

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from paxanimus
Aug 11, 2014 12:51 pm

Publisher's Marketplace shows a different address:

Agnes Birnbaum
Bleecker Street Associates
535 La Guardia Place #617
New York, NY 10012

But I think QT is right. It's the same one listed with the AAR
from kwheeler66
Apr 13, 2014 1:30 pm

Sent to her for nonfiction April 2011 and declined via regular mail in about a month.
from bsgoalie
Mar 20, 2014 9:55 am

Submitted query 3/17/14 and have to say that I don't expect much on this.

I've read with great interest those of you who've been writing a very long time with several novels with no representation. I've been at this 3 years and frustrated. But I admire each and every one of you. It is an accomplishment to have finished a novel. I know most if not all of you did this of your own accord, maybe for fun at first, then to see if there was a payoff.

Writing a novel is no small feat. It is my hope that all of us get back the effort we've put in doing this.
from donnabarker
Sep 23, 2013 4:40 pm

As of April 2013
Current Handles: nonfiction books 75%, novels 25%
Number of clients: 60
"Obtains most new clients through recommendations from others, solicitations, conferences, plus, I will approach someone with a letter if his/her work impresses me."
20% new writers.

Sold 14 titles in the last year.
Following Sarah, by Daniel Brown (Morrow)
Biology of the Brain, by Paul Swingle (Rutgers University Press)
Santa Miracles, by Brad and Sherry Steiger (Adams)
Surviving the College Search, by Jennifer Delahunt (St. Martin's).
from professor
Jun 10, 2013 9:47 pm

A lot of excellent agents don't have websites and snail mail works better for some agents. From a writer's standpoint it's not quite as easy to say a snap no when it's a snail query.

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