Former Wylie Agency agent Adam Eaglin has moved to Elyse Cheney Literary Associates. He will work with authors of serious nonfiction and literary fiction.
Here’s more from the release: “His first sale at the agency is Lawrence Osborne’s next novel, The Ballad of a Small Player, to Alexis Washam at Hogarth. In addition to Osborne – whose novel The Forgiven was a 2012 “Best Books of the Year” pick by The Economist – clients include New Yorker staff writer Sasha Frere-Jones, Pulitzer Prize winning Edward R. Murrow Fellow Pir Zubair Shah, and novelist Bill Cotter, author of Fever Chart.”
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