Toni Lopopolo Literary Management was founded in 1991 by Toni Lopopolo who boasts an impressive 30+ years in the book publishing business. This former executive editor at Macmillan and then St. Martin’s Press, combines her many years in publishing with her unique editing skills to provide a full service literary agency to new and seasoned authors.
Toni Lopopolo Literary Management partners with authors for the duration of their literary careers and includes development of fiction projects, creation of nonfiction book proposals, and editing when needed. Toni has helped bring many first-time and published authors to print including Sol Stein, Lee Silber, Lillian Glass, Steve Duno, Nancy Baer, Flo Fitzgerald, Judith Smith-Levin, Howard Olgin, Jeanette Baker, Larry Seeley, Shelly Lowenkopf, Robin Winter, Ehrich Van Lowe, Manuel Ramos, and many others. Publishers include St. Martin’s Press, Simon and Schuster, Crown, Dell, HarperCollins, Kensington, and many others.
Toni Lopopolo Literary Management provides a high level of service by limiting the number of clients represented but always searching for select new talent and established authors who seek a more personalized relationship with an agent.
For writers seeking workshops, read more about Toni’s Fiction Boot Camp.
To book a lecture, read more about Toni’s popular seminar entitled “The Ten Most Common Mistakes First Novelist Make.”
Avoid this in your writing: “Nonfictional details bring the novel authenticity, often at the expense of character development or narrative cohesion.” – Kirkus Reviews, At the Edge of the Orchard by Tracy Chevalier
A new anthology, Borderland Noir, includes”No Hablo Inglés” by Manuel Ramos
Elmore Leonard’s opening lines. What’s your reaction?
Congratulations to Shelly Lowenkopf whose new book Love Will Make You Drink and Gamble, Stay Out at Night made the top 100 of all books in Amazon’s Best Sellers Rank last weekend.
Desperado by Manuel Ramos got a nice review from Si Dunn on Third-Chance Book Reviews.
“Chan has crafted a fast-paced, complicated thriller that is not short on twists.” – Kirkus Reviews on Lying in Wait by Robert N. Chan