Sarah Levitt is a literary agent at The Zoë Pagnamenta Agency. She is interested in serious non-fiction (biography, cultural history, memoir, science, “ideas” books, and narrative), in addition to voice-driven, imaginative, literary fiction that demands a reaction from the reader. US clients include Saïd Sayrafiezadeh, author of the prize-winning When Skateboards Will Be Free and a PEN/Robert W. Bingham finalist for his short stories, Brief Encounters with the Enemy; Tom Vanderbilt, author of NYT bestseller Traffic; Pulitzer-Prize winning critic Sebastian Smee; historians Louis P. Masur and Alice Kessler-Harris; novelists Rosie Dastgir, Alice Mattison, and Dirk Wittenborn; and narrative non-fiction writers Julian Rubinstein, Brendan I. Koerner, and Andrew Blum.
Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein
Elizabeth Winick Rubinstein, senior agent at McIntosh & Otis, has degrees from New York University and Manhattan School of Music. She began her book publishing career in subsidiary rights and then took on the responsibilities of acquisitions editor at a major audio publishing imprint. Initially, she joined McIntosh & Otis to manage all subsidiary rights but began working as an agent shortly thereafter. Her primary interests include literary fiction, women’s fiction, historical fiction, and mystery/suspense, romance, along with narrative non-fiction, history and current affairs. Elizabeth represents numerous New York Times bestsellers, and both Agatha and Edgar Award winners and nominees.