A member of AAR, Joy Tutela has been with the David Black Literary Agency since 1998.
The David Black Literary Agency represents many bestselling authors, including: Mitch Albom, Erik Larson, Ken Davis, Bruce Feiler, Dan Coyle, Jane Leavy, Randy Pausch, Steve Lopez, Jenny Sanford, David Kidder, Noah Oppenheim, Alice Schroeder and Jim Abbott among others.
Joy represents various genres of books, including projects in the following categories: narrative non-fiction, memoir, history, politics, self-help, investment, business, science, women’s and GLBT issues, parenting, health and fitness, humor, craft, cooking and wine, lifestyle and entertainment, commercial and literary fiction, and middle grade and young adult.
Originally from the Boston area, Joy is a graduate of Wellesley College and the Radcliffe Publishing Course. She previously worked for Harvard Business School Press and taught at an elementary school in Italy. While she lives in New York City, she still manages to catch most every Red Sox game.
Non-fiction book proposal guidelines can be found here.
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