Ms. Yona Levin

United Talent Agency

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Yona Levin

United Talent Agency

New York, NY
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This agent is seeking the following genres:


Middle Grade
Young Adult


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04/11/2024 10:08 PM
The form worked fine for me and I got an email confirmation of receipt.
03/23/2024 02:42 PM
The form ( does not work. You fill all the details and click submit, it just never submits. Not sure if agent does not accept submissions or submit button on the form does not work!
01/17/2024 01:14 PM
Yona is not interested in work that includes content warnings: suicidal ideation, sexual abuse, etc.
Patrick (Admin)
12/06/2023 05:28 PM
Thanks writingbubbly
12/05/2023 08:17 PM
It seems like Yona now accepts queries through the agency website:

At least that's what I hope as that's how I'm about to submit!
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Profile History
Last Update:
02/08/2023 - Changed agencies. Formerly with Fletcher & Company.
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