Katie Reed of Andrea Hurst & Assoc wants areas of YA fiction. Especially interested in commercial works with a compelling hook and a protagonist who battles real life issues, soft sci-fi, and fantasy.
Also accepts commercial and literary adult fiction for book club women’s, soft sci-fi, fantasy, suspense/thriller, and contemporary romance.
Nonfiction needs: memoir/biography, self-help, crafts/how-to, inspirational, and parenting.
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Shannon Hassan of Marsal Lyon Literary Agency represents literary and commercial fiction, YA fiction, and select nonfiction. Nonfiction interests include memoirs as well as authors with a strong platform in current affairs, history, education, or law.
Rachael Dillon Fried of Greenburger Associates seeks fiction and nonfiction authors with unique literary voices, women’s fiction, narrative nonfiction, memoir, and comedy.
Clelia Gore of Martin Literary is seeking submission from the New Adult genre as well as YA and middle grade. Also enjoys picture books that feature minority and multicultural characters.
Chelsea Lindman of Sanford Greenberger Associates looks for playful literary fiction, upmarket crime fiction, and forward thinking or boundary-pushing nonfiction. Also reps a select list of children’s book authors whose stories have an emphasis on voice-driven narratives.
Lisa Rodgers of Jabberwocky Literary is seeking science fiction, fantasy, YA and middle grade of all genres, and romance.
Amy Cloughley of Kimberley Cameron & Associates is seeking literary and commercial fiction, mystery/suspense, narrative nonfiction, travel or adventure memoir.
Loretta Caravette of Sadler-Caravette specializes in middle-grade fiction and early readers, and will focus on film rights management.
Loretta Barrett Books, Inc. accepts both fiction and nonfiction projects.
Monica Odom of Liza Dawson Associates is building a client list based on literary fiction, women’s fiction and memoir. She also accepts nonfiction in pop culture, food and cooking, history, politics, and current affairs.
Maria Vicente of P.S. Literary is looking for literary and commercial fiction, new adult, YA, middle grade and picture books. She also accepts nonfiction in pop culture, pop psychology, design, and lifestyle. She has a particular interest in magical realism, fiction with visual components, and nonfiction inspired by online culture.
Claire Anderson-Wheeler of Regal Literary is seeking YA with a strong voice (realistic or high-concept), narrative nonfiction and pop culture/pop psychology, literary fiction, and commercial women’s fiction driven by contemporary issues.
Andy Ross of the Andy Ross Agency represents books in a wide range of subjects including narrative nonfiction, science, journalism, history, current events, and fiction. For nonfiction, he looks for big stories about culture and society. Also seeking literary, commercial, and YA fiction.
Adam Muhlig of McIntosh & Otis loves fiction and is looking for a fresh voice in fiction or narrative nonfiction. He seeks authors offering new perspectives by or about music mavericks as well as texts focused on natural history, travel, adventure and sports.