The Michael Snell Literary Agency has represented authors to major American book publishers for over 30 years. Partners Michael and Patricia Snell have arranged for the publication of over 1500 books.
Our New York Times Bestsellers include the groundbreaking trilogy on accountability: The Oz Principle, Change the Culture/Change the Game, and How Did That Happen (Random House/Portfolio) by Roger Connors and Tom Smith. Click a cover to visit the authors' website.
Click on Recent Publications to see other representative titles, among them Wharton professor Richard Shell's bestelling Bargaining for Advantage.
“Thanks go to our literary agent, Michael Snell. Michael guided us from book idea to published product—brainstorming with us over the proposal, the book‘s title (the words ‘the art of woo’ were spoken by him first), the contract, chapter titles, and other matters large and small. Mike is more than an agent; he is a true friend and partner.”
–Richard Shell, director of the Wharton School’s executive Negotiation Workshop and author of Bargaining for Advantage 2nd Edition and The Art of Woo.
AMACOM will publish Laurie Pickard's book on using Massive Open Online Courses for get a first-class business educaiton from major business schools without amassing a mountain of debt. Click on the cover to find out more about her program.
"Thanks to Michael and Patricia Snell for your belief in the potential of this book (and in my potential as an author) and your patience and guidance in helping it take shape. Thanks to Michael in particular for being a phenomenal writing partner, coach, teacher, and spirit guide to the world of book writing and publishing."
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