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Thread: [Agency] Dupree/Miller & Associates

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    [Agency] Dupree/Miller & Associates

    http://www.dupreemiller.com/

    I can't find a thread in here about them. I see that they've made sales recently.....has anyone had any dealings with them? They say they represent fiction, but I don't see much of it on their webpage.

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    They probably rep fiction selectively, and not dedicated like their NF authors. They probably have more preference for NF.
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    A search through BR&BC shows nothing but this thread. Anyone with more recent info about them?

    Website says their client list has both Fiction and NF. Their submission page says in your query letter they want: a concise summary of the project, author bio, and how the book can be marketed. They mention they don't rep juvenile, horro, sci-fi, poetry, erotica, occult, romance, or fantasy, but don't say what they do rep, so I suppose that means everything else is in.
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    Looks like a high-powered firm with a lot of celebrity clients. These celebrities are writing about themselves or their unique take on the world, but in at least one case, the celeb has penned a mystery.

    Not that they won't take non-celebs, it's just that I see a lot of them.
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    I noticed that as well. I think I'll be skipping them, since the author I'm currently ghostwriting for isn't a celebrity.
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