Sandy Harding Literary Agent – This article about Literary Agent Sandy Harding and Spencerhill Associates is part of a series about literary agents and Finding a Literary Agent. Publishing Agent Sandy Harding is a literary agent at Spencerhill Associates. Book Agent Sandy Harding earned her MA in American Literature at NYU and taught expository writing. Before starting at Spencerhill in 2015, she spent around a decade and a half at Penguin Group USA and Penguin Random House. She was also a senior editor at NAL. Sandy Harding has edited for New York Times bestsellers. She loves discovering new authors in unexpected places. She’s seeking writing with a voice so penetrating, and a story so captivating, the reader simply must keep reading.
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