Marly Rusoff Literary Agency
Our literary agency represents a select group of quality
fiction and non-fiction writers. Our clients include award-winning and
best-selling authors, and while we take delight in discovering new
talent, we are particularly interested in helping established writers
expand readership and develop their careers.
Eli Wallach, our friend and client died at home in New York at 98
years. Adam Langer wrote a wonderful tribute to him;
see it here... Also read the New York Times
Laura Lane McNeal's DOLLBABY has received the following recognition in its first week of July 2014 publication: Okra number one pick, Indie Next Pick, Library Reads top ten pick, A "must read book of the week" by New York Post
Laura Lane McNeal's DOLLBABY receives a Library Journal Starred Review (July 1, 2014)
Kimberly McCreight's RECONSTRUCTING AMELIA has hit the New York Times bestseller list at #11 shortly after its December 2013 paperback publication (January 19, 2014)
Margaret Wrinkle's WASH has been selected by The Wall Street Journal as one of ten best novels of 2013... see the article here...
Robin Oliveira's I ALWAYS LOVED YOU received a Starred Booklist Review (December 15, 2013)
Kimberly McCreight's RECONSTRUCTING AMELIA is on Entertaining Weekly “Summer Must Read” List with a reference to “Gossip Girl meets Gone Girl”! (May 24, 2013)
Kimberly McCreight's RECONSTRUCTING AMELIA has received a Grade A and a stunning review from Entertaining Weekly. See it here...
Kimberly McCreight's RECONSTRUCTING AMELIA has been selected as an April 2013 Indie Next Title -- "Great Reads from Booksellers You Trust"
Ron Rash's THE COVE is a Top Pick and receives a Starred Review from Publishers Weekly (January 9, 2012). In a rare occurrence in pre-publication stage THE COVE receives Starred reviews from Booklist, Library Journal and Kirkus as well. THE COVE also receives great reviews in UK and Australia where it was published before the US (March 2012)
Peter Troy's MAY
THE ROAD RAISE UP TO YOU has been selected to receive the
Michael Shaara Prize for Civil War Fiction (2013) awarded annually by
Gettysburg College. More information on the prize can be found here:
http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/events/shaara/ Peter acceptance speech
is on his blog here...
Kirkus Reviews selected three novels by our authors for their list of the Best Fiction of 2013. The titles are: THE NIGHT OF THE COMET by George Bishop, THE SALINGER CONTRACT by Adam Langer and NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY by Ron Rash
Roland Merullo's VATICAN WALTZ has been selected by Publishers Weekly to their 2013 Best-Of Lists, naming it one of the 5 “Best of Religion” books for the year, alongside NYT bestseller Zealot (October30, 2013)
Roland Merullo's VATICAN WALTZ receives a Starred Publishers Weekly review (October 2013) a Starred Kirkus review and a Starred Library Journal review (November 2013)
Cassandra King's MOONRISE has been selected an OKRA pick for fall 2013. Okra Picks are chosen by Southern Indie Booksellers each season as the upcoming southern titles they are most looking forward to hand selling.
Ron Rash's NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY story collection has been selected an OKRA pick for spring 2013. Okra Picks are chosen by Southern Indie Booksellers each season as the upcoming southern titles they are most looking forward to hand selling.
Robin Oliveira’s MY NAME IS MARY SUTTER has been selected to receive the Michael Shaara Prize for Civil War Fiction (2011) awarded annually by Gettysburg College. More information on the prize can be found here: http://www.gettysburg.edu/cwi/events/shaara/
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Humanities Commission gives Marly Rusoff the Kay Sexton Award for
fostering literary activity. (We keep this old news here so
that you see Marly's picture)
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