About

felicia eth literary agent

Felicia Eth has been a bona fide literary agent in good standing with the AAR on both East and West Coasts over the course of her career.

She began her career working in the Story Departments of both Warner Brothers and the prestigious independent Palomar Pictures. Leaving the motion picture industry she became a senior agent at Writers House Inc in NY where she worked for 9 years, handling both her own list of clients as well as overseeing paperback, serial and movie sales for the small publishers that the agency represented (including 10 Speed Press and Chronicle Books).

Among cients whose careers Ms. Eth launched while at Writers House, are Armistead Maupin, Octavia Butler and Steven Dixon.

Moving West, Ms. Eth worked briefly as the WestCoast acquiring editor for St. Martin’s Press, of NY, before leaving to open her own agency based out of the Bay Area with offices in San Francisco and Palo Alto.

She is a  Phi Betta Kappa, summa cum laude graduate in English from Brandeis University, with additional course work from McGill University

 

Sub-Agents

The agency works with subagents in major territories throughout the world in placing foreign rights to projects where rights have been retained.

Ms. Eth has connections to major LA based agencies for exploiting movie and television rights where appropriate.  Additionally in other instances Ms. Eth is knowledgeable about directly negotiating movie options/sales for smaller or older properties.

To inquire for appropriate sub-agent for rights information please contact feliciaeth.literary@gmail.com.

 

Partial List of Writers’ Conferences

Squaw Valley
Mills College
Bread Loaf
Napa Valley
Pacific Northwest
ASJA
Writers Union, San Francisco
Pima Community