Liza Dawson Associates Literary Agency
 

We are a full-service literary agency based in New York City. We draw on our expertise as former publishers to ensure that the material we submit stands out. We’re deeply involved in all aspects of maximizing a book’s life in the marketplace – including the digital, film and licensing worlds.

We love working with our writers to find that perfect fit with a publisher. We’ve launched first-time novelists, we’ve helped successful writers climb to the next stage, and we’ve re-built careers. We are committed to finding the best place for a book and to laying the best path for lifework success.

We work with a wide variety of genres and age levels in both fiction and nonfiction. We thrill to discover a manuscript we simply can't put down.

Many of our titles are award winners. A number hit the New York Times Bestsellers list every year. We enjoy great success in the international market.

Our goal is to build long-running careers.

   
 
 
 
CLASH OF EAGLES
FEATURED BOOK:

CLASH OF EAGLES by Alan Smale

It's The Last of the Mohicans meets HBO's Rome in this exciting and inventive debut novel from Sidewise Award-winner Alan Smale that will thrill fans of alternate history, historical fiction, and military fiction.

In a world where the Roman Empire never fell, a legion under the command of general Gaius Marcellinus invades the newly-discovered North American continent. But Marcellinus and his troops have woefully underestimated the fighting prowess of the Native American inhabitants. When Gaius is caught behind enemy lines and spared, he must reevaluate his allegiances and find a new place in this strange land.

Alan Smale was raised in England and has been writing fiction since he was twelve. He currently lives in Maryland where he is an astrophysicist at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. Over thirty of his short stories have been published in professional and small press markets. In his spare time, he sings bass and is the Business Manager for The Chromatics. He has been an American citizen since 2000, but still can't get the accent down.

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