I did a search in ripooffreport first and found nothing on The New York Literary Agency so I went into deeper investigations online.
The New York Literary Agency doesn't supply a phone number on their website. They say you must request it before it will be sent to you. I supposedly if true was getting emails by a person named Sherry - VP of Acquisitions aka Sherry Fine
I recently contacted The New York Literary Agency, then I began an immediate follow up investigation on them because their practice of work did not seem legit in how they operated through emails to me. Below is a question and statement from a website named anotherealm I found many accusations through forum URL'S off of this website of fraud by The New York Literary Agency and felt everyone should be informed of what I found that is stated below.
The New York Literary Agency
I am struggling to find an agent to represent my second novel. I recently received a contract for the New York Literary Agency and wanted to know if anyone had any experience with them or has any information on them. They appear to be obscure.
New York Literary Agency?
They're an utter scam. A fraud. A cheat. They'll take your money and give you nothing in return.
They claim to have offices at 275 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor, right? You know what's actually there? A mail-forwarding operation. "New York Literary Agency" is actually based in Boca Raton, Florida.
Neither New York Literary Agency, nor its parent, ST Literary Agency, has ever sold a book to a legitimate publisher. Their founder, Robert Fletcher, is a convicted swindler.
Stay away! Very bad news. They aren't just obscure: They're crooks.