Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent – Directory of Book Agents

Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent – Directory of Book Agents

Oprah Winfrey’s literary agent – who is it and how can you submit your book to Oprah Winfrey’s literary agency for consideration?

Scroll below to find out who Oprah Winfrey’s literary agent is and get free access to the world’s most comprehensive Directory of Literary Agents.

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Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent – Bio

Through the power of media, Oprah Winfrey has created an unparalleled connection with people around the world. As supervising producer and host of the top-rated, award-winning The Oprah Winfrey Show, she has entertained, enlightened, and uplifted millions of viewers for the past two decades. Her accomplishments as a global media leader and philanthropist have established her as one of the most respected and admired public figures today.

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Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent – Who Is It?

So, who is Oprah Winfrey’s literary agent? Good question, but there is no good answer. That’s because Oprah has had co-authors for all of her books. So, the best I can do is tell you who represents the co-authors for each of Oprah’s books.

In the Kitchen with Rosie – Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

This Oprah title was written with Rosie Daley and published in 1994. Rosie’s book agent is unknown at this time.

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A Journal of Daily Renewal – Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

This Oprah title was written with Bob Greene and published in 1996. Bob’s book agent is Ryan Harbage of The Fischer-Harbage Agency. Scroll below and enter my Book Agent Directory for more information about Ryan, including how to submit your work to him.

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The Uncommon Wisdom of Oprah Winfrey – Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

This Oprah title was written with Bill Andler and published in 1997. Bill’s book agent is unknown at this time.

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Journey to Beloved – Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

This Oprah title was written with Ken Regan and published in 1998. Ken’s book agent is unknown at this time.

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Make the Connection – Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

This Oprah title was written with Bob Greene and published in 1999. Bob’s book agent is Ryan Harbage of The Fischer-Harbage Agency. Scroll below and enter my Book Agent Directory for more information about Ryan, including how to submit your work to him.

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Contact Oprah Winfrey’s Literary Agent

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6 comments

  1. Charmaine Nawratil /

    I have written a book entitled “The Gospel According to Jolene”, a story about past lives based in essence on my own reincarnations, weaving fact with fiction to get my point across in an entertaining way. Would you be so kind as to steer me in the right direction for a suitable literary agent?

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Charmaine,

      When you sign up at any one of my sites, you should always end up afterward on a welcome page. That page has a link to the directory, along with other things, all in one place so it’s easy to get to things. Have you ever seen that page?

      You can easily find the best agents for you by using my Directory of Literary Agents that you can access here (no charge): http://literary-agents.com/directory-literary-agents/.

      You should also (if you haven’t already) click here to access to all the valuable resources I have about getting an agent in my private, members-only area (no charge): http://thebestsellingauthor.com/membership/. Once you’ve entered your name and email address there, click on the link that says, “Audio Training Library”. Then you’ll see my main audio training (and text transcript), which reveals the 7 Insider Secrets You Need to Know to Get a Top Literary Agent, Publisher, and Book Deal.

      If you want help with anything else, you can post questions for me online here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/ask/. And you can register for an introductory coaching call with me here: http://thebestsellingauthor.com/coaching/intro-call/.

      Either way, I’m looking forward to learning more about you and your work.

      Have a great week!

      – Mark

      Mark Malatesta
      The Bestselling Author
      http://thebestsellingauthor.com
      Literary Agent Undercover
      http://literary-agents.com

  2. Taysia Mathis , 14 /

    I Would Like To Contact Whoever I Can For An Honors English Report About Inspirational Figure In My Life . I Would Like To Ask Her To Write A Letter To Her Younger Self And Her Favorite Things & Pet Peeves . Please Get Back To Me & Inform Her That I Asked To Get Her Consent If She Doesn’t Mind .

    • Mark Malatesta

      Hi Taysia, unfortunately we don’t forward requests or messages to the literary agents or authors listed on our websites. But you might be able to reach some people if you contact them directly through their own websites. And good luck with your project, it’s a good topic!

      Mark

  3. E. W. Smith, Jr. /

    I wold like to send Oprah copy of my new book “Little Moments” which is about my two Cairn terriers. I am sure that she will like the book. Coould you give me a mailing address? Thanks.