Maria Vicente, Agent at P.S. Literary Agency
Maria is looking for some updated Olivia Newton and Johnny T: "Contemporary #YA that involves a modern-day version of the T-Birds or Pink Ladies." Source Tweet
Maria is seeking:
Non-fiction: Yup. For grown-ups, too.
"She has affinities for literary prose, diverse characters, original storytelling formats, and anything geeky."
Melissa Edwards, Agent at Stonesong Literary Agency
Melissa is looking for lady sociopaths: "I'd love to see some "women behaving badly" fiction. Give me your Miranda Priestly, your Cersei Lannister, your Bellatrix Lestrange." Source Tweet
Fiction: Children's and Adult Commercial, particularly Women's and International Thrillers
Nonfiction: Select Pop Culture
"She enjoys children’s books that kids will self-select and return to time after time. For young adults, she is interested in seeing fun, commercial fiction in all genres, particularly romance, thriller, and fantasy."
How to submit: Melissa is accepting submissions at via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for full submission guidelines.
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Moe Ferrara, Literary Agent at BookEnds Literary
Moe wants to ponder some orthographies: "If anyone has a book about emoji use and the evolution/devolution of language back to cuneiform/hieroglyphs — I’d be interested in a proposal!" Source Tweet
Fiction: Most genres, particularly Science Fiction, Fantasy, Contemporary, and light Horror, in Middle Grade, YA, and Adult
Non-Fiction: Generally no, but it looks like she'll make an exception for emojis.
"A Pennsylvania native, she is mum of a rambunctious corgi who is a master at stealing treats. When not reading, she is an avid gamer and always awaiting the next Assassin's Creed release."
How to Submit: Moe is accepting queries via QueryManager, here. More detailed MSWL information may be found here.
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