I didn't find any references to this agency on the agent search thread, so I thought I'd throw out my question here.
I found this agency listed in Sally Stuart's Christian Writers' Market Guide for 2005. It says they've been established since 1991, but I can't find anything on them with Google or anywhere else for any sales/authors they represent. They've also been listed before in the Writer's Market Guide (not sure which year). They supposedly take both secular and religious fiction/projects.
I queried them via snail mail a while back and they sent me a submissions guidelines letter. No fees, as far as I can see. They're wanting my first 25 pages of my manuscript. No website (not that important), but there's no email or phone number to contact. Here's an excerpt of their letter to me:
~ We have stopped listing our phone number because writers have called dozens of times just to talk about their project before we could even finish reading it. If we don't recognize a phone number on our call screening program we don't pick up the call. When we ask people to contact us we will answer their screened call, or use another phone line. ~
So the only way to contact them is via snail mail. Does this sound hokey to anyone else?
Also, P & E has them listed as "not recommended", but I don't know the reason why.
Any information that anyone might have would be greatly appreciated!