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Mr. Uwe Stender

Triada US Literary Agency

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Uwe Stender

Triada US Literary Agency

PO Box 561
Sewickley, PA 15143
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Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
Postal Mail
This agent is seeking the following genres:


Graphic Novel
Women's Fiction
Young Adult


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Known Clients (current & past)
Melissa Albert
Jessica Bayliss
Brooks Benjamin
Judy Clemens
Paul Czajak
Dana L. Davis
Eric Deggans
Bob Delaney
Dan Fante
Whitney Grandison
Kate Hattemer
Summer Heacock
Swati Hegde
Olivia Hinebaugh
Molly Horan
Adiba Jaigirdar
Daryn Kagan
Alina Khawaja
Elizabeth Laban
J.C. Lane
Rocky Lang
David Lavery
Dale McGowan
Tom McMillan
Tony Moss
Christi Paul
Lynnette Porter
Dee Romito
Stephanie Rose
Mara Rutherford
Mark SaFranko
Melody Thomas Scott
Jesse Sutanto
Billy Taylor
Blair Thornburgh
Stacy Tornio
Jennifer Verdolin
Dedeker Winston
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
09/07/2023 11:35 AM
Dr. Stender requested my full manuscript at a conference in May 2023.
He gave very helpful feedback after rejecting it September 2023. When asked if I could submit a rewrite he said no and that he was slowly beginning to focus more on adult fiction than YA.
Was really hopeful about this agent so I’m quite disappointed but thankful he gave such good feedback that I plan to use.
08/29/2023 07:31 PM
YA Fantasy 95k

EQ: August 9, 2023

Emailed while on vacation, but got out of office reply -

Dear querying writers: I am on vacation until August 16, 2023 and I will NOT be checking emails during my vacation. Since I expect a huge amount of emails during my absence, I will be slow to respond for a while even after August 16. If I am interested in your project, I will get back to you by August 20. If you have not heard from me by then, then I am not interested. I check my spam and everything else, so I can assure you that I will see all the emails I receive.

08/17/2023 10:55 AM
June 20: Email Query
June 21: Full Request
August 1: Nudged with editor interest, responded quickly apologizing that he is behind on reading!
August 8: Nudge with offer of Rep (got an automated message that’s he’s vacation rn)
August 16: Agreed to my deadline

07/31/2023 04:08 PM
Submitted a Query and received a very polite rejection: Thank you for your query. Unfortunately, this project does not sound quite right for me. Best of luck, Uwe This response came less than 60 seconds after my query was submitted. Was this a standard rejection, or a form that gets sent out to all authors -- meaning his is no longer accepting queries? There was no way anyone even had time to read my submission letter.
07/28/2023 01:06 PM
7-27-23 - Email query
Adult LGBTQ Romance Paranormal Triller 90K

7-28-23 - Thank you for your query. Unfortunately, this project does not sound quite right for me.
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04/20/2022 - Genres updated.
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