Carmen Prestia Literary Agency offers a service of reading unpublished texts that are the result of the comparison of several professionals, whose judgment is summarized in a detailed sheet with a literary and editorial judgment, editing advice on the general aspects of the work and the evaluation of its possible placement in the market.

The cost of the service is 300 euros + tax burden for texts up to 200 pages, 400 euros + tax burden for texts between 200 and 400 pages (2000 characters per page). If the text exceeds 400 pages, a customized quote will be formulated. If the text exceeds 400 folders, a customized quote will be formulated.

Payment is to be made by bank transfer with the reason for payment “Unpublished reading” followed by author’s/author’s first and last name to the agency’s bank account:


Branch Office: Via Principi D’Acaja, 55 F, Turin

IBAN code: IT65Q0200801118000106864346


To access the assessment service, it is necessary to send to
the following materials:

the text in pdf and word format;

A summary of the work in 3 lines indicating the literary genre;

The synopsis of the work in 15 lines;

a short biography;

The receipt of payment;

this completed and signed form (in pdf format).

The agency agrees to send the evaluation form to the author/authors within 90 working days after confirmation of receipt of materials.

Debaters arrived at publication
through our service

Daniela Raimondi

Over 120,000 copies sold with The House on the Embankment (North Publishing House), the film rights to which were purchased by Indigo film. In bookstores with the second chapter of the saga, The First Sun of Summer.

Marco De Franchi

His debut, The Doom of the Living (Longanesi), is being published in 8 foreign countries and will be made into a film for 11 March Film.

David Cossu

Finalist for the Bancarella Prize 2023 with The Fifth Seal (Newton Compton).

Paul Lanzotti

More than 20,000 copies sold for his historical mystery series, published by Tre60.

Valerio Princess

The Tea House (Feltrinelli).

Chiara Fina

Summer still burns (Guanda).