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A list of 14,327 authors and the literary agents who represent them OR have represented them in the past.

You can also search for an agent to view a list of all the authors that agent represents.

Author Agent
Ed Ugel Farley Chase @ Chase Literary Agency
Richard Uhlig Marie Lamba @ Jennifer DeChiara Literary Agency
Steve Ulfelder Janet Reid @ New Leaf Literary & Media
Sophie Uliano Scott Waxman @ Waxman Leavell Literary
Sarah Ulicny Elisabeth Weed @ The Book Group
Anya Ulinich Anna Stein @ ICM Partners
Haroon Ullah Don Fehr @ Trident Media Group, LLC
Ellen Ullman Jay Mandel @ William Morris Endeavor Entertainment
Rui Umezawa Dean Cooke @ The Cooke Agency
Beth Underdown Nelle Andrew @ Peters Fraser & Dunlop
Evelyn Underhill The Sayle Literary Agency
Deborah Underwood Erin Murphy @ Erin Murphy Literary Agency
Michael Underwood Sara Megibow @ KT Literary
Susan Union Dawn Dowdle @ Blue Ridge Literary Agency
Barry Unsworth Sheil Land Associates Ltd
Emma Jane Unsworth Clare Conville @ C+W
Shelly Unwin Alex Adsett @ Alex Adsett Publishing Services
Arthur Upfield The Sayle Literary Agency
Katy Upperman Victoria Marini @ Irene Goodman Literary Agency
Diana Urban Eric Smith @ P.S. Literary Agency
Linda Urban Jennifer Laughran @ Andrea Brown Literary Agency
Jackie Urbanovich Marcia Wernick @ Wernick & Pratt Agency
Gary Urey Jill Corcoran @ Jill Corcoran Literary Agency
Leon Uris Nancy Stauffer Cahoon @ Nancy Stauffer Associates
Alberto Luis Urrea Sandra Dijkstra @ Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency
Anne Ursu Tina Dubois Wexler @ ICM Partners
Jack Urwin Juliet Pickering @ Blake Friedmann Literary
Shaun Usher Caroline Michel @ Peters Fraser & Dunlop
Jo Usmar Graham Maw Christie Literary Agents
Stan Utley Scott Waxman @ Waxman Leavell Literary
Elizabeth Uviebinene Juliet Pickering @ Blake Friedmann Literary
Daphne Uviller Tracy Brown @ Tracy Brown Literary Agency

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are some authors listed more than once, and under different agents?
This is because the listing shows current and past agents. Knowing that an author was once a client is just as valuable as knowing who that author's agent is now. The agent's tastes probably didn't change, the author just moved on.
Where does this information come from?
Most of it is gathered from the authors and agents websites, and a lot is provided by QueryTracker users.
I know of an author/agent relationship that is not listed here. How can I add it?
On the "Clients" tab of each agent's profile page there is a form for adding known clients.
Why does it help to know who reps whom?
When seeking an agent, it is advisable to target agents who represent books similar to yours. For this it helps to learn the authors and books which the agent represents. It is also useful to state in your query letter why you are approaching a certain agent. Being able to state a similarity to past clients helps with this.