Full Agent Profile: Ann Collette



NAME

Ann Collette

AGENCY
Rees Literary Agency
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
agent10702@aol.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://reesagency.com/



FICTION GENRES
Crime | Mystery | Horror | Commercial Fiction | Women's Fiction | Humor/Satire | Family Saga | Western | Historical Fiction | Thrillers/Suspense | Short Stories | Multi-Cultural | Adventure | Military/Espionage
NONFICTION GENRES

History | Celebrity | Biography | Medical | How-To | Drama/Music | Multi-Cultural | Self-Help | Cookbooks | Memoirs | Travel | Adventure/True Story | Current Affairs | Women's Issues | Narrative | Pets | Military | Film & Entertainment | True Crime | Cultural/Social Issues | Humor | Journalism

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • She likes literary, mystery, thrillers, suspense, vampire, and commercial women's fiction
    • In non-fiction, she prefers narrative non-fiction, military & war, work to do with race & class, and work set in or about Southeast Asia.
    DOES NOT REPRESENT
    • She does NOT represent children's, YA, sci-fi, and fantasy
    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • http://reesagency.com/agentssubmissions
    • Ann accepts hard copy and email submissions.
    • Fiction submissions should include a terse query letter and first chapter within the body of the email.
    • For nonfiction, send a query letter only.
    • Attachments and links will not be opened.

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • She spent fifteen years as a freelance writer and editor before joining the agency, a background that comes in handy when developing first clients
    EDUCATION


    NEW DEALS
    Non-Fiction | History | Politics
    Dr. J. Kevin Baird and Professor Sangkot Marzuki with Byron Laursen's THE MOCHTAR AFFAIR: MURDER BY MEDICINE IN JAPANESE OCCUPIED INDONESIA, revealing for the first time how Dr. Achmad Mochtar, a native Indonesian, was victimized and made into a Japanese scapegoat for a medical experiment gone wrong in Indonesia during WWII, to Elizabeth Demers at Potomac Books, by Ann Collette at the Helen Rees Literary Agency.

    Fiction | Mystery
    Fourth novel in the INDIA BLACK: A Madam of Espionage series, along with two e-specials (short stories connecting the novels), to Emily Rapoport at Berkley, by Ann Collette of the Helen Rees Literary Agency.

    Non-Fiction | Cookbooks
    Renowned medical center and teaching hospital The Lahey Clinic's COOKING THROUGH CANCER: EATING WELL THROUGH TREATMENT AND RECOVERY, a unique and nurturing cookbook on what to eat during cancer treatment, to Kermit Hummel at Countryman Press, by Ann Collette at Rees Literary Agency.

    Fiction | Mystery
    Journalist-turned-prosecutor Mark Pryor's THE BOOKSELLER, featuring the security chief of the U.S. Embassy in Paris, who finds himself working to solve the murder of an elderly bouquiniste he'd befriended, to Dan Mayer at Seventh Street, in a three-book deal, by Ann Collette at Rees Literary Agency (World English).

    Fiction | Mystery
    Microsoft technical fellow Mark Russinovich's TROJAN HORSE, the second in his cyber-thriller series after ZERO DAY, in which foreign powers develop an insidious virus, pitched as similar to Stuxnet, aimed at concealing the identity of a dangerous new nuclear power, to Peter Joseph at Thomas Dunne Books, by Ann Collette at the Rees Literary Agency (World).

    Fiction | Mystery | Historical Fiction
    Barbara Shapiro's THE EMPTY FRAME, about a promising young artist lured into a scheme to forge a Degas masterpiece stolen during the infamous -- and unsolved -- Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist that leads her on a search for the truth about the painting's origins, the obsessive nature of art collectors, and the discovery of a secret relationship between Isabella Gardner and Degas himself, to Amy Gash at Algonquin, by Ann Collette at Rees Literary Agency (World).

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS



    LINKS
    http://twitter.com/ann_collette.
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