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Episode 6 • Toni Lopopolo

Apr 2, 2021 | 0 comments

Host & Guest

Guest, Toni Lopopolo 

Host, Kathleen Kaiser

Producer, Adanna Moriarty

 Resources

LopopoloLiterary.com

 

 

About This Episode

Toni Lopopolo, a former executive editor at Macmillan and St. Martin’s Press turned literary agent, talks about her work with writers developing manuscripts that will get accepted by a publisher. Over a 40-year career, Toni discusses the changes in reading habits that drive the way books need to be written for today’s marketplace. She also goes over the various genres that are generating lots of book sales. LopopoloLiterary.com

 

About Toni Lopopolo

Toni Lopopolo Literary Management was founded in 1991 by Toni Lopopolo who boasts an impressive 30+ years in the book publishing business.  This former executive editor at Macmillan and then St. Martin’s Press, combines her many years in publishing with her unique editing skills to provide a full-service literary agency to new and seasoned authors.

Tea with Toni was created in 2011 to help area writers strengthen their writing and self-editing skills, bringing their manuscripts up to professional levels. She holds workshops in Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles counties.

Toni Lopopolo Literary Management partners with authors for the duration of their literary careers and includes development of fiction projects, creation of nonfiction book proposals, and editing when needed.  Toni has helped bring many first-time and published authors to print including Sol SteinLee SilberLillian GlassSteve DunoNancy BaerFlo Fitzgerald, Judith Smith-LevinHoward OlginJeanette BakerLarry SeeleyShelly LowenkopfRobin WinterEhrich Van LoweManuel Ramos, and many others. Publishers include St. Martin’s Press, Simon and Schuster, Crown, Dell, HarperCollins, Kensington, and many others.

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