Literary agent Emmanuelle Alspaugh has relocated from Wendy Sherman Associates to Judith Ehrlich Literary Management. In roughly a year and a half with Sherman’s agency, Alspaugh made deals for authors like former Miss USA Chelsea Cooley, Marie Claire editor Sarah Wexler, and romance novelist Alissa Johnson; she was also briefly an agent with Creative Culture, where she connected Canadian novelist Danielle Younge-Ullman with Plume; that book, Falling Under, came out earlier this month.
In her new position, Alspaugh emailed, she’s “delighted at the chance to assume more of a partnership role” working with Ehrlich, a former journalist who’s been representing authors for the last decade, and launched her own agency in 2002.
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