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Ms. Annelise Robey

Jane Rotrosen Agency

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Annelise Robey

Jane Rotrosen Agency

318 E 51st Street
New York, NY 10022
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Online Form [Go To Form]
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Known Clients (current & past)
Shana Abé
Paige Harbison
James Hayman
Susan Mallery
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
01/10/2023 12:30 PM
FQ: 1/10/23

YA Fantasy 90k
01/08/2023 09:41 AM
EQ: 1/8/23
63 k YA High Fantasy
12/22/2022 09:02 AM
Agent requests first three chapters.
12/06/2022 06:17 AM
FQ: 9/27/22 (Pasted everything into the contact form on their website, even though it looks like a wall of text.)
CNR: 12/6/22 (10 weeks)

201k adult fantasy romance
10/25/2022 12:27 PM
YA Fantasy, 75k

EQ: 08/25/22
CNR: 10/25/22
09/09/2022 04:20 PM
FQ: 9/9/2022

Adult Mystery/Thriller
09/08/2022 10:59 AM
FQ: 9/8/22
147K Adult Fantasy
07/20/2022 08:03 PM
FQ: 7/20/22

YA Fantasy 98k
05/10/2022 07:49 AM
FQ 10/05/2022
Adult Romance Fantasy 119k
03/16/2022 12:59 PM
There's an associate agent (Hannah Strouth) at this agency who isn't listed in QT. According to the JR website, she's growing her own list while assisting Andrea Cirillo and Kathy Schneider. (I have my query to Hannah listed under Annelise Robey for now, just so I can keep track of it.)

Her genres: historical, contemporary rom-coms, and upmarket/literary fiction.

Her Twitter: https://twitter.com/hannah_strouth
11/17/2021 08:06 PM
Oh man, I queried using her today form but forgot the synopsis. Wondering if I should just leave it or redo the whole form with a comment about it?
11/07/2021 02:44 PM
FQ: 11/7/2021
Adult epic fantasy, 90K
09/27/2021 01:37 PM
EQ: 9/25/21
119k adult fantasy

Here's how I handled the form: all my materials already have the formatting removed in Word; I simply copied and pasted into a new doc using "keep text only." Then I copied and pasted from there into the form. I separated out the synopsis and chapters with a blank line and labeled them "SYNOPSIS," etc.
09/14/2021 12:52 PM
Sent query: 9/14/21
Adult fantasy, 101k

On the form, it says that it deletes any formatting and they do take that into consideration. So I pasted my query, synopsis, and the first three chapters as per submission their guidelines.
07/22/2021 01:52 PM
Are we supposed to add a query/synopsis & the first three chapters into that contact form? It's a mess without proper formatting. I'm only sending a query. It looks wretched all squashed together. I can't imagine she'd be able to read any of it.

Contact form/Query only: 7-21-21 YA Historical Speculative Mystery.
07/06/2021 09:17 AM
Per the website, she's closed to unsolicited queries (9/7/2020)

Patrick, I think I had two windows open and ended up on the wrong one. Sorry about that!
03/22/2021 12:16 PM
EQ: 3/22/21

Fantasy, 74K
02/25/2021 09:31 AM
EQ (Query Form): 12/10
CNR: 2/25

YA Fantasy 102k
10/31/2020 02:35 PM
Ad com fantasy-mag realism, 88k 10/31/20
10/20/2020 03:40 PM
FQ 10/12/20
New Adult Literary 50k
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