Alice Tasman

Jean V. Naggar Agency

Alice Tasman has been agenting for over 20 years. She represents a wide variety of writers with an emphasis on fiction. Her writers have earned numerous awards, honors, and fellowships, including the Calvino Prize, the C. Hugh Holman Award, the Henfield/Transatlantic Review Award, the Mary Roberts Rinehart Award, the O. Henry Prize, the Saint Francis College Literary Prize, and a Guggenheim Fellowship. Her clients' writing has appeared in The New York Times, Best American Short Stories, McSweeney's, One Story, Oxford American, Prairie Schooner, The Normal School, and A Public Space. Several of her clients' books have been optioned and adapted for film and TV -- most recently, DIETLAND by Sarai Walker which was an AMC Original Series produced by Marti Noxon. Awards and honors for her children's writers include a Caldecott Honors Winner, an ABA Indie Choice E.B. White Read Aloud Honor Award, Midwestern Booksellers Association Award, The Monarch Award, Texas Bluebonnet Award, Newbery Award nominees, Cybils Award nominees. Alice earned her BA from Brown University and her MFA from Sarah Lawrence College.

216 East 75th Street 1E,

New York, NY, 10021

Submissions Open

Subject Focus

Fiction: Debut
Fiction: Mystery/Crime
Fiction: Thriller
Fiction: General/Other Fiction
Fiction: Literary
NF: Memoir
NF: Narrative
Children’s: Graphic Novel
Children’s: Middle Grade Fiction
Children’s: Young Adult Fiction



Years of Industry Experience

Over 15 years

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