Ms. Diana Fox

Fox Literary

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Ms. Diana Fox

Fox Literary

110 W 40th St, Suite 410
New York, NY 10018


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Today 6:20 am, justinaireland said...
The list of clients has less to do with gender and more to do with what people write. Men tend to not write romance or write in genres that rely heavily on romance (urban fantasy, paranormal romance, etc.) The Diana Fox agency is heavily romance focused, a glimpse at their list will reveal that. So are quite a few other lit agencies: New Leaf, Bradford, etc. Just like there are some agencies that focus more on non-fiction or literary stuff. So the client list has less to do with WHO they'll represent and more to do with WHAT they represent.

TBH, a little bit of research into the books they've sold is important. If you're writing horror no one with a predominantly historical romance focused list is going to want your story.
Jul 23, 2014 9:47 am, GoldenEagle said...
They probably can't quite be so blatant about that, though. Gender discrimination laws and all.
Jul 22, 2014 4:32 pm, PhantomII said...
Hesitant to send submission to her. Her list of authors contains no men, which I am. I would sure like a new report in the 'reports' tab, to wit: responses by gender. I've noticed there are women agents out there who only seem to represent women, or at least are so proportionally skewed in that direction that it seems unlikely they would consider work by a man.

Not that there's anything wrong with that. It's their agency and they can discriminate any way they'd like. I just wish they would be upfront about it so non-women wouldn't waste their time when there's either zero or very little chance they'd be considered.
Jul 17, 2014 4:30 pm, TahaniNelson said...
EQ: 07/04/2014
Form rejection: 07/17/2014
117K Fantasy

It was a kind rejection letter.
Jul 12, 2014 8:25 am, cbrooke22 said...
EQ: 7/12/14
YA Fantasy

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