Uwe Stender's Profile

About Me

  • Uwe Stender
  • TriadaUS Literary Agency, Inc.
  • Sewickley, PA
  • 10

  • Fiction: Crime, General, Graphic Novel, Historical Fiction, Literary, Multicultural, Mystery, Romance, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Women's Fiction, Young Adult/Juvenile

    Non-Fiction: Biography, Body, Mind & Spirit, Business/Money, Cooking, Food & Wine, Diet & Health, Entertainment, History, Home & Garden, Humor, Memoir/Narrative Non-fiction, Music, Parenting & Family, Pets, Politics & Current Affairs, Popular Science, Science, Self-Help, Sex & Relationships, Sports & Adventure, True Crime

  • Actress Melody Thomas Scott, Dr. Victoria Zdrok, BET host and journalist Jeff Johnson - former CNN anchor Daryn Kagan- Dan Fante- Composer ("Mission Impossible") Lalo Schifrin- NBA referee Bob Delaney -FOX NEWS and Entertainment reporter Hollie McKay-bestselling authors Michael Konik and Mark SaFranko
  • The Man Whisperer

    Covert-My Years Infiltrating the Mob

    86'd

    Everything I'm Not Made Me Everything I Am

    What's Possible
  • Alfred A. Knopf Children's Books/Random House editor Erin Clarke bought world rights to Elizabeth LaBan's YA novel, Blind Love, from Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency. The book, scheduled for 2012, is set in a ritzy private school and tracks the fallout from an English teacher assigning his yearly "tragedy paper."

    Bob Delaney’s (in collaboration with national award-winning journalist Dave Scheiber and a foreword by General Robert W. Cone, United States Army) Surviving the Shadows: A Journey of Hope into Post-Traumatic Stress, a gripping and insightful exploration of PTSD, weaving in the experiences of the veteran NBA official, author, and nationally recognized PTSD authority with the inspiring stories of members of the military, law enforcement, emergency service workers, and civilians who have grappled with PTSD and how they have made strides toward healing, to Peter Lynch at Sourcebooks for publication in Fall 2011, by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS Literary Agency and Philip Turner of Philip Turner Book Productions LLC.

    Dan Fante's Fante, A Memoir, which has at its center the relationship between Dan and his famous author father, John Fante, to Amy Baker at Harper Perennial by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency.

    David Lavery's Television Art, a comprehensive analysis of television as an art form, to Jayne Fargnoli at Wiley-Blackwell by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency.

    Victoria Zdrok Wilson and John Wilson’s The 30 Day Sex Solution, a 30 day sexual solution program for reigniting the passion and reviving desire in committed relationships to Paula Munier at Adams Media.

    Film rights to the middle grade novel Priscilla the Great by Sybil Nelson, pitched as "A Young Juno Meets Pippi Longstocking" to Doubleteam Productions, an on-going partnership between Appledown Films and Scott/Burns Productions by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS Literary Agency.

    Gael Fashingbauer Cooper and Brian Bellmont's Whatever Happened To Pudding Pops, an engaging pop reference book that explores the lost toys, trends, and tastes of the 1980's, to Meg Leder at Perigee, in a nice deal, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).
  • Full Member AAR
  • Melody Thomas Scott's yet untitled memoir.

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  • We are interested in all kinds of commercial fiction, including thrillers, mysteries, Young Adult, Middle grade, Romance, ethnic, and paranormal romance. We are also interested in literary fiction.
    We do not respond to postal submissions that aren't accompanied by a SASE and will not return any material unless a SASE accompanies the submission. Do not send personal checks, money orders or cash. Additionally, because of new postal regulations, we cannot use metered mail for returns. All self-addressed stamped envelopes must include stamps.

    We do accept queries via email, in fact we prefer them. However, we will not download attachments unless we request them. We also do not respond to emails that are not addressed to us personally (i.e.: we will NOT respond to: "Dear Agent", "Dear Editor", "Dear TriadaUS Agency" or "Hi" etc.). We normally respond to email queries within one week. If we haven't responded after two weeks we have not received the email.

    Because of the large volume of submissions that we receive, we will only respond to those that follow the above guidelines. Submissions made that do not follow our protocol will be discarded.
  • We are interested in how-to, self-help, education, current affairs, health, psychology, cookbooks, travel books, pop-culture, sports, adventure, true crime, biography and memoir. TriadaUS is also open to reviewing other genres and topics, as long as the material is for a trade or general audience and not scholarly.

     


    How to submit



    Please, query per email first. Do not send attachments. Emails containing attachments will be deleted unopened.

    If we request additional materials, please be prepared to submit a book proposal -- which should include an outline of the material, sample material, an author bio et cetera -- and a SASE. For Children's works, please send the complete manuscript, along with a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) via postal mail to the address shown below.


    TriadaUS Literary Agency, Inc.
    P.O.Box 561
    Sewickley, PA 15143
    PHONE: (412) 401-3376
    EMAIL: uwe@triadaus.com
  • Query first.  You will get a response.