Mr. Justin Bell

Spectrum Literary Agency

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Justin Bell

Spectrum Literary Agency

320 Central Park West, Suite 1-D
New York, NY 10025
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Science Fiction


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Known Clients (current & past)
Roger Macbride Allen
Don Bruns
David Dary
Kirk Mitchell
John Maddox Roberts
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09/01/2023 04:21 PM
Re: cozy mystery. After 11 days, I got the nicest rejection letter: Thank you for your letter and submission. Your expertise in your field and eye for detail are apparent in your work, and I commend the effort you put into this piece. Unfortunately, I don't feel that I'd be the right agent for your work. Best wishes for finding a good agency and publisher.
10/23/2022 11:34 PM
YIKES, not going to query someone who only accepts snail mail. It's disrespectful of my time and, hey, stamps aren't cheap these days! Hard pass.
01/06/2021 05:09 PM
Snail Mail Q - 1/6/2021 Speculative Fiction 84K
10/23/2020 01:04 PM
Living in the past. Pass
03/01/2020 07:25 AM
SQ 5/20/19 (Diplomatic Immunity--adult thriller)
CNR 12/4/19 (No word via nudges)
Update: SQ 2/12/20 (Passed--not right agent)
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