Wayne M Hoeft
Principal Wayne is a lifelong reader, and a chatty Kathy who enjoys making connections with people across a spectrum of roles in the fine, literary, and performing arts. He is currently the V.P. for the not-for-profit Artists' Renaissance Collaborative, and oversees all new submissions. He enjoys both fiction and non-fiction. Partner Laura is a retired contract manager for the U.S. Dept. of the Interior, and the U.S. Geological Survey, and has worked in theatre since her teen years. She looks specifically for off-beat or unusual literary work that is often difficult to categorize. She is currently the Treasurer for the Artists' renaissance Collaborative, the Principal of the Goldbricker Group, and manages outreach for creative properties and creators. The Artists' Renaissance Collaborative was established in 2015 as a not-for-profit project to assist and encourage artists in the fine, literary, and performing arts in the Tampa Bay area of Florida. We expanded our scope in 2018 to offer services and assistance to the creative arts community in the Hudson Valley, in New York State. Our literary representation is not limited, however, by geography.
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