Ms. Brandi Bowles

United Talent Agency

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Brandi Bowles

United Talent Agency

New York, NY
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Online Form [Go To Form]
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Literary Fiction
Women's Fiction


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Andrew Shaffer
Natalia Sylvester
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01/12/2024 10:19 AM
@diannecabelus , it looks like there’s an online form. Here’s the link:

And it looks like they want the query letter and first 15 pages. HTH!
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
12/06/2023 05:16 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
04/12/2021 05:58 PM
How do you query agents at United Talent? I cannot find any info on the site.
07/13/2017 08:40 AM
This post says she moved to United Talent Agency.
Their website is extremely vague, though. I can't even find a list of literary agents.
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
07/06/2017 05:37 AM
Profile Update: No longer listed on the agency website.
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Last Update:
12/06/2023 - Open to queries.
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