Mr. Ted Malawer

Upstart Crow Literary

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Closed to Unsolicited Queries
Accepting queries ONLY through conference submissions and client referrals.

Ted Malawer

Upstart Crow Literary

244 Fifth Avenue, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10001
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Closed to Unsolicited Queries
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction
Middle Grade
Young Adult


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Bree Despain
Jody J. Little
Kelly McClymer
Sarah Ockler
Author Comments
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11/08/2009 07:44 AM
They have an online form that you can use to submit to "General Submissions".
Patrick (Admin)
10/16/2009 05:36 PM
Not accepting queries. (Thanks AmityIrene)
10/16/2009 03:26 PM
Per the agency's website, "Ted is accepting queries only through conference submissions and client referrals."
09/19/2009 12:00 PM
Replied the next day with:

Thanks for this -- cool idea, but the pages didn't draw me in as much as I'd like.
Patrick (Admin)
08/11/2009 12:00 PM
Formerly with Firebrand Literary
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