John A. Ware (1942 – )

“John A. Ware (born c. 1942) of Manhattan, New York City is the American literary agent who influenced the return to bestselling narrative non-fiction at the turn of the 21st century. Ware is a poet and the president/chief literary agent of John A. Ware Literary Agency He is a proponent of the boutique theory of literary agency, and is known for being the first to publish Tracy Kidder and Jonathan Schwartz (while at Doubleday) and has served as Stephen E. Ambrose, Jon Krakauer Caroline Fraser, Jack Womack and Tony Daniel’s literary agent. …”

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