Mr. Ed Maxwell

Transatlantic Literary Agency

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Ed Maxwell

Transatlantic Literary Agency

New York, NY
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Graphic Novel
Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Author/Illustrator


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11/29/2023 11:21 AM
FYI, noticed on the website that he's not open to unsolicited submissions right now!

07/28/2023 04:49 AM
Is this agent new? He's not listed on the agencies website. For picture book authors/illustrators, all of the other agents are closed to submissions or only taking referrals.
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Patrick (Admin)
07/20/2023 01:01 PM
Profile Update: Open to queries.
11/29/2022 11:12 AM
Publishers Lunch confirmed it today, Patrick
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Patrick (Admin)
11/29/2022 10:37 AM
Looks like he's moving to Transatlantic Agency, but there are no details available at this time.
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07/20/2023 - Open to queries.
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