Horror Literary Agents

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nasty characters There were five operatives, each representing the gruesome kind, taking a pause from manuscript readings to respond to a few issues related to the subject of gruesome subjects, which included what they see as a high level of interest, what is trustworthy about a template and shared flaws they see in their work. Recently, the Guide to Literature agents blog has published 2,700 post.

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I am looking for YA and MG, as well as some selected novels. He is an active client in both literature and non-fiction. As a fictional artist, he acquires sci-fi, phantasy, horror and thriller, especially cyber punk and neo-noir, as well as rare deconstruction. He is looking for populary studies, real criminality and art and trend literature for non-fiction.....

In my work I cover a broad spectrum of styles, from MG and YA, to modern and literature novels, mysteries, psychothrillers, women's novels, historic novels, horrors and selected non-fiction. The Seymour Agency's new Literature Managers (with this issue of Jennifer Wills's spotlight) are great chances for new authors because everyone is a literature man who is likely to build up his or her customer base.

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New 2017 issue of Guide to Literature Agent has been released, all of which are well-informed. Above all Amelia wants to present grown-up literature with some YAs. Adults are particularly interested in literature based clichés, mysteries, thrillers, historic clichés, sci-fi and fantasies and horror. It is sometimes hard to find out which agent is open for submission at any given point in the game.

In this sense, starting in 2016, I will create some new verticals for agent searches. I' m gonna need this one. It's for the horrors. I have received personal confirmation from all the following agencies as..... To adults, their literacy interests range from literary phantasy, enigma, horror, folk tales and romanticism.

She is looking for enigmas and enthrillers with high emotive commitment in YA and Intermediate, for a project with romance and..... She' s looking for: humor, funny memoirs after Jenny Lawson or John Cleese, obscure mid-sized companies, New Age with a powerful stage, wacky articles (YA/MG and adults), story and ghast.

She' s not looking for YA fabrication or grown-up imagination. She is looking for inspiring textbooks (Christian novels), novel, new novel for grown-ups, thriller, mysteries, teens' nightmares / YA / grown-ups and more. As of October 2015, all agencies mentioned here have been confirming to me in person that they are NOW looking for active submission of horrors.

You take grown-up fear, young grown-up fear, and..... Donald Maass Literary's Caitlin McDonald presents guessworking literature for adults and young adults, especially sci-fi, phantasy, horror and related sub-genres, as well as modern literature on geek characters. Frahling Alec Shane (Writers House) read articles in humour, life story, stories (especially army history), real criminality, "guy" reading, and all things sport-.

In the fictional: enigma, thrillers, suspense, fear, historic diction, literature diction and young masculine reading for young men (both YA and MG). Belles lettres for adults, the upper class and young adults in all styles (romance, nightmare, phantasy, realism, easy science fi lm and graphics novels). Choose your literature (preferably with a business orientation). Reading rooms/chapters, scripts, poems and shorts.

Mostly YA and mature industrial nonfiction, inclusively romantic (and all its subgenres), historic nonfiction, female nonfiction, para-normal, sci-fi, horror, enigma and thriller. Sara is looking for psychothrillers (those more headstrong than high-speed cross-country hunting), horrors, enigma, suspense, literature and young adults and middle-classiction.

"Things I look for in fiction: enigma, drama, suspense, ghosts, historic literature, literatures and novels based on..... It' Young Adult/Middle Degree Fiction: Contemporary/real, enigmas, fantasies, thrillers, historic, horrors, sci-fi. It''Adult fiction: Literature, Romantic ism, Eroticism, Womanliterature. Adults non-fiction: popular art, blog-to-book, memoirs. In the young adults and intermediate class she wants to learn it:

Imaginative (open to all genres except game), science fiction, mysty, historical fiction, retellings (classics, fairytales, myth) and contemporary realism (especially with humour elements). It also covers the following classes of adults and new adults: Secret (Detective/PI, Spy,.....

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