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Two new frahlings are active in search of writers
There are two new agents here looking for customers. Ambassador Amanda Ayers Barnett (Donaghy Literary) is interested in mystery/thrillers and medium-sized young adults, new literature for adults and females, coming-of-age books and early protagonists. LGBTQ literature, novel anthologies or related narratives in the Midwest or Americaa, thriller, mystery/noir, dystopic literature, civilian disturbances, new journalists and/or long distance journalists, essays, satirical/umoral writings.
He was co-founder of the Bay Area literature review The East Bay Review and worked for the world's biggest scientific scholarly publication plus an LL. Considering the period he spent teaching first-generation writers a turning point in his professional life, he was encouraged to continue his search for the often ignored writers who write about families, struggles, classes and races.
An Holloway Literature broker, Michael seeks to find up-and-coming writers with a powerful tone and a powerful sense of purpose, and pledges to work untiringly to spread them. Literature and autobiographic fictions (e.g. So Long, See You Tomorrow; A River Drives Through It; Sylvia), collection of shorts or related tales as a novel (e.g. Jennifer Egan, Elizabeth Strout, Junot Diaz), LGBTQ liter, books that play in the Midwest or can be described as americanas, thrillers, mystery/noir (i.
e. Walter Mosley, Kate Atkinson, Lou Berney), dystopic literature, civilian upheavals, memoirs, new journalists and/or long distance journalists, essays (on arts, racial, mental heath, musical, etc.), satiric writings and enviromentalism. She' s excited to be adding a literature sales representative to these publications and joining the Donaghy Literature Group.
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