Literary agent Wendy Weil, 72, dies
Wendy Weil, a beloved literary agent known for her low-key but determined style and for an eclectic clientele of groundbreaking and best-selling authors, from Alice Walker and Rita Mae Brown to Fannie Flagg and Mark Helprin, has died.
She was 72.
Weil died Sept. 22 of a heart attack at her country home in Cornwall, Conn., her colleague Emma Patterson said Monday.
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