Actively Seeking Talented Children’s Writers and Illustrator

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Rodeen Literary Management (Chicago) is actively seeking talented writers and illustrators of all genres of children’s literature including picture books, early readers, middle-grade fiction and nonfiction, graphic novels and comic books as well as young adult fiction and nonfiction.

Please review the submission guidelines (clicking on the link below is HIGHLY recommended!) and send your work electronically to submissions@rodeenliterary.com

Writing and Illustrating

LHernandez_Wolf This fun winter illustration was sent in by Author/illustrator, Leeza Hernandez. So nice to see someone enjoying this winter in the snow. Leeza was featured on Illustrator Saturday on June 30th 2012. Here is the link: http://kathytemean.wordpress.com/2012/06/30/illustrator-saturday-leeza-hernandez-2/

BACKGROUND: In 2001, Paul Rodeen went to work for Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc. in NYC. In 2004, Paul moved back to his home state of Illinois where he opened up a small satellite office in Chicago for Sterling Lord Literistic, Incorporated. Between 2004 and 2008, Paul expanded his list of clients to include over a dozen talented writers and illustrators of picture books, middle grade novels and young adult fiction. Author/illustrator Peter Brown, was Paul’s first client at Sterling Lord and Peter is still with him today. This group of talented artists became the backbone of what would become Rodeen Literary Management.

In late 2008, with much encouragement from his clients, editors, publishers and other agents, Paul Rodeen   established Rodeen Literary Agency…

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