Mr. Larry Weissman

Larry Weissman Literary, LLC

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Larry Weissman

Larry Weissman Literary, LLC

Brooklyn, NY
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Gail Konop Baker
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02/02/2024 04:36 PM
According to, Weissman was formerly an editor at Random House and currently runs his company out of his apartment in Brooklyn. Can anybody cite any prominent book deals he's made recently?
09/23/2022 05:14 PM
Same thing since 2008: "He is not looking for new fiction clients."
09/13/2022 01:26 AM
EQ 7/14/2022
CNR 9/12/2022
Memoir 82K
05/07/2019 01:53 PM
Seems to be an active agent although no manuscript requests on Query Tracker. Find query info at:
09/11/2015 01:06 PM
EQ: 9/9/15

history / narrative nonfiction
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