Full Agent Profile: Edward Orloff



NAME

Edward Orloff

AGENCY
McCormick & Williams
AAR MEMBER
No
EMAIL
eo@mccormickwilliams.com
  • Does not accept email queries.
  • AGENCY WEB SITE
    http://www.mccormickwilliams.com



    FICTION GENRES
    Literary Fiction
    NONFICTION GENRES

    Biography | Politics | Art | Current Affairs | Narrative | Cultural/Social Issues

    CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • He is interested in literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, especially cultural history, politics, biography, and the arts.
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

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    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • Before joining the company he worked for six years at The Wylie Agency. Prior to Wylie he worked at Artforum, Film Comment, and Partisan Review.
    EDUCATION


    NEW DEALS
    Non-Fiction | Art | Narrative
    Paper Monument editor and painter Roger White's THE APPRENTICES, the story of contemporary art from the last 25 years, told from the perspective of aspiring artists at the very beginning of their careers as they work to define themselves in an era when literally anything can be considered art, to Rachel Mannheimer at Bloomsbury, at auction, by Edward Orloff at McCormick & Williams Literary Agency (World English).

    Non-Fiction | Narrative | Cultural/Social Issues
    n+1 editor Nikil Saval's OFFICE SPACE: THE CUBICLE DWELLER'S HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN WORKPLACE, an investigation into the relationship between office design and human happiness and productivity, starting with the smoky one-room offices of the 19th century and culminating in the radical spaces of the dot-com era and beyond, to Gerry Howard at Doubleday, in a significant deal, in a pre-empt, by Edward Orloff at McCormick & Williams Literary Agency (World).

    Fiction | Literary Fiction
    Former New Yorker staffer and McSweeney's contributor Benjamin Lytal's THE CITY I WANTED, the story of an unlikely summertime love affair set against the backdrop of the art world in 1990s Tulsa, followed by an unexpected reunion three years later, to Allison Lorentzen at Penguin, by Edward Orloff at McCormick & Williams Literary Agency (World).

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