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Stephanie Delman began her career at Greenburger Associates in early 2012 after a stint in digital media. She worked with agency president Heide Lange for almost 6 years, specializing in foreign rights, before transitioning to full-time agenting in January 2018.
Stephanie represents adult fiction, select non-fiction, and a few illustrators whose work is geared toward the adult market. In fiction, she is particularly enthusiastic about literary/upmarket contemporary fiction, genre-bending suspense, and atmospheric, near-historical fiction (past 200 years). While Stephanie does not work with strict genre writers, she is drawn toward literary narratives that contain elements of surrealism, magic, or sci-fi (think STATION ELEVEN by Emily St. John Mandel or HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES by Carmen Maria Machado). She also enjoys interwoven plots, epic/international family sagas, and fictionalized accounts of overlooked periods in history. Stephanie also represents a select range of non-fiction by authors with established, engaging, and unique perspectives, as well as a few comic illustrators. Please see the “Clients” page for further information.
A graduate of Johns Hopkins’ Writing Seminars program, Stephanie considers herself a “hands-on” agent and is eager to work with debut authors who are serious about their craft.
To submit your work:
Query Stephanie at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please put “Query: [your book’s title] by [your name]” in the subject line. Include a brief letter and the first few chapters in the body of your email, and if Stephanie is interested in reading further, she will be in touch within 4-6 weeks. Due to the volume of queries she receives, Stephanie regrets that she cannot respond to all submissions.