I thought there was a thread for Cherry Weiner, but it looks as if there's only some passing mentions on the Lori Perkins thread, so ....
This agency is listed in a few places as representing sf/f, also listed as not accepting unsolicited queries. They don't seem to have a website, and nothing on Publishers Marketplace.
Their AgentQuery page lists some good-looking sales, but from 1995-2001.
I found this on a conference website:
"Cherry Weiner started out by handling science fiction, fantasy, and horror. She now handles all genres. Among the *all genres* she handles a good number of fairly well-known authors in the field of Westerns and Native American Works. Some nonfiction has even crept into the mix but no poetry. Her experience is more tentative so she tries not to handle children's and young adult manuscripts, but a few of her authors are doing the y.a.run so she is trying to learn the genre and submitting for them."
Googling for clients brought up Mike Silvestri 'author of the Lazy Dog mysteries' who was signed in 2006, and Larry D. Sweazy (Westerns?). No sales mentioned yet for them. And Robert W. Walker, who has many sales (HarperCollins, Avon, Penguin Putnam) of mysteries and thrillers.
Finally I found this:
"Gini Koch's TOUCHED BY AN ALIEN, in which a woman joins forces with gorgeous aliens to protect the Earth, kick evil alien butt, and save the day with hairspray and rock and roll - not necessarily in that order, and ALIEN TANGO, in which anti-alien conspiracies, threats from outer space, and a couple of killer alligators are all in a day's work, but internal alien conspiracies bring a new meaning to the term chaos and confusion, to Sheila Gilbert at Daw, in a nice deal, for publication in 2009 and 2010, by Cherry Weiner at Cherry Weiner Literary Agency (world)."
Does anyone know whether she's considering any queries via referrals or whatever, or has personal experience of working with her? Oh, and in the best-case scenario of someone having an offer from a publisher in hand, would that override 'closed to queries'?