Eugene Winick Literary Agent was a literary agent with the McIntosh & Otis Literary Agency. He is no longer taking submissions. Publishing Agent Eugene Winick was an agent at the McIntosh & Otis Literary Agency. He was also the CEO of the agency and a copyrights lawyer. Book Agent Eugene Winick was known for the ground-breaking contracts he negotiated for his author clients. He also represented the estates of several of the most distinguished authors of the twentieth century.
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