Mr. Brian Cook

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Brian Cook

The Authors' Agent

PO Box 577
Terrigal, NSW 2260
Website:
theauthorsagent.com.au
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Children's
General Fiction

Non-Fiction

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cammac
06/03/2023 08:47 PM
refers to Alex Adsett who do not accept cold calls
robinkmoore
10/01/2021 12:28 AM
Adult Fiction and Non-fiction
Please note that we are no longer accepting fiction or non-fiction written for the adult reader.
Please do not send submissions.
Any submission of material intended for an adult reader which is sent to us will not be looked at or responded to.
NOTE: We represent only Australian writers and illustrators.
becky_blu13
08/23/2015 03:17 AM
Represents NZ and AU authors
Patrick (Admin)
06/13/2015 09:28 PM
Oops. Thanks worddance. Stupid auto complete.
worddance
06/13/2015 03:13 PM
Patrick, I believe this agent's name is Brian, not Brianne
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