Rebecca Gradinger joined Fletcher & Company in 2009 after previously working as an agent at Janklow & Nesbit Associates. Prior to that she was a foreign literary scout and a lawyer, practicing media and intellectual property law. Rebecca represents a wide range of literary fiction and nonfiction, working closely with authors and publishers on all aspects of the publication—from early editorial development to strategic marketing. Some of Rebecca’s recent projects include Maggie Shipstead’s ASTONISH ME (Knopf), Francisco Cantú's THE LINE BECOMES A RIVER (Riverhead), and Dr. Damon Tweedy’s BLACK MAN IN A WHITE COAT (Picador). Some of her forthcoming titles include, THE SISTERS SWEET by Elizabeth Weiss (Dial Press), QUIT LIKE A WOMAN: The Radical Choice to Not Drink in a Culture Obsessed With Alcohol (Crown). Rebecca holds a BA from Barnard College and a JD from George Washington University Law Center. She is originally from Montreal and is the mother of two extroverted teenaged girls.
Seeking: Literary fiction, Historical Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Memoir
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