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Monday, April 1, 2013

#AtoZ Challenge: A = Agent Harold Wolfe

After five completed manuscripts and years of writing, I'm thrilled to announce that I found a terrific agent who is howling to represent me and Mrs. Zimmerman's Donuts! I'm referring to the wild and wonderful Agent Harold Wolfe of The Wolfe Literary Agency in New York City.

Mr. Wolfe has been prowling the book market for several years and, as a result, has sunk his teeth into his own unique style. In fact, he hates query letters, stating that he'd rather talk to someone than read a letter; so, Mr. Wolfe invites authors to call his office (212) 439-6500 and ask for Harry Wolfe.

What a rare species he is! He also welcomes visitors, so feel free to stop by his agency from 10:00-5:00 at the corner of: 

64th Street and Fifth Avenue
New York, New York 10021

For more information about Literary Agent Harold Wolfe, check out his website: http://tinyurl.com/ahfx8nu

30 comments:

Jenn said...

How cool and rare these days!

Talya Tate Boerner said...

haha I wish! I need an agent:)) good one.

Anonymous said...

Don't suppose he'd be interested in a book of short stories from a girl across the Pond... would he? He sounds wonderful.I want one! So glad you found him, and good luck!

Rhonda said...

Congratulations Joyce !! Will we meet his assistant Bella Bear tomorrow for B?

Rhonda @Laugh-Quotes.com
AtoZ #42

Corinne Rodrigues said...

Good luck with the big, bad...err..good Wolfe, Joyce! :)


Paula Martin said...

If I was in NYC, I'd visit him today - and Mr C Lyon at the same, of course! ;-)

DL Hammons said...

WOW....what an awesome announcement on the very first day of the challenge! CONGRATS!!! :)

M. J. Joachim said...

Wonderful! Sounds like a really neat agent...

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I need an agent but first I need to have talent LOL. I hope you had a great Easter!

Anonymous said...

Haha! You had me going there. This has got to be an April Fool's joke, right? ;D

Linda Ann Nickerson said...

Thanks for the introduction. Your agent sounds like a find!

Happy A to Z!
(I'm doing EIGHT blogs. Whew.)
Here's one:
A is for Absent - Rhymed Acrostics from A to Z

Kathy said...

LOL, funny Joyce. I bet he has the most unique office in New York City.

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

Theresa said...

LOL! If I ever get to NYC, I'll be sure to look him up :P

The Desert Rocks said...

Are you trying to get us into trouble Joyce? LOL I wrote his number down anyway. :)

Mere Joyce said...

Now that's the kind of agent that'll really be ferocious in negotiations!

Suzy said...

He's a lucky agent to have him featured on your blog! Loved Corinne's comment.

millvallison: mary allison tierney said...

Brilliant. A Literary Wolfe. Harry Wolfe.

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad you came by to see me because that led me here and this post is hysterical. Please tell me someone called that number and asked for Harry Wolfe. (Yes, I did a reverse look up. I'm weird.) Have fun with the challenge!

Anonymous said...

Now that's my kind of person! Down to earth, open door, face to face time. I tip my hat to him and to you and your success! April fool's!Good job!

Amy Morgan said...

Nice kick start to April!

Empty Nest Insider said...

This was terrific Joyce! There's a slight chance I may have fallen for it. Happy April Fool's Day!

Julie

Binky said...

Does Mr. Wolfe work only on April Fool's day?

J.L. Campbell said...

Hi, Joyce,
You're agent sounds like a one of a kind person, all right. Congrats on finding him.

Anonymous said...

Loved this.

Mr. Wolfe sounds like a fantastic agent.

Susan Scott said...

Great post Joyce! And congratulations! Hope nit April Fools???

stevebethere said...

This April Fool almost fell for it lmao you devil you :-)

Kimberly Gabriel said...

Haha! I loved the link ;)

Mildred R Holmes said...

You sound like my sister, always has great fun on 01 April. And I'm usually the first to fall for it. Glad to see I wasn't the first today.

Thanks for stopping by.

Masshole Mommy said...

LOL - I almost fell for it :)

Jan Newman said...

This was great!