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New 3 agents in search of romance, scripts, YA & NA fantasy, memoirs and more There are three new operatives who want to add to their customer list. Seymour Agency's Jessie Stover is interested in YA and New Idult-based fantasies, as well as modern romanticism, romatic tension, romatic drama, a brainiac twist, and soldierly novels, especially anything to do with long breakups or reunifications. Loved by the discovery of unique new parts in literature and memoirs, Tina Pohlman (Union Literary) is always on the look-out for scientists in the areas of behaviour and neurosciences who can contribute to a public.

Ley Middleton (Marjacq - UK) is looking for writers and scriptwriters. Her interest is in fictional commerce, especially the historic, conceptual YA, the angularly comic and the tales with recognisable backdrops from extraordinary angles. She would like to see in the nonfiction book examative journalism, polemics, current memoirs and populary science/history. Agent may move from one agency to another and the filing requirement may vary.

This is a complete listing of new and existing agencies that do not meet your needs: Agent looking for customers. Since Jessie was a little gal, she's been possessed by storytelling. Graduating from Taylor University in 2017, with a professional writing diploma, Jessie's vision was opened to her ideal career while studying about Frahlingen at university.

Jessie was hired as Associate Agent for The Seymour Agency during an internship at Julie Gwinn in the winter of 2017. It is Jessie's interest to YA and New Camp as well as modern romanticism, romatic tension, romatic drama, a brains twister (Think Inception or Black Mirror), and is a nipple for all those long breakups or reunifications to do with it.

She is not interested in eroticism or serious, fact-laden historic romance, but will be on the boat if it is something like Poldark. Inquiry Jessie Stover: Add the first five pages of your script to the e-mail. Over the course of her professional careers, she has purchased and published a broad array of critics and bestsellers, among them Colson Whitehead (The Intuitionist and John Henry Days), Patrick deWitt (Ablutions: Notes for a Novel), Christine Schutt (All Souls) in film and Temple Grandin (Animals Make Us Human: Creating the Best Live for Animals) and Arika Okrent (In the Land of Invented Languages):

Loving to discover unmistakable new parts in fictions and memoirs, Tina is always on the look-out for scientists in the areas of behaviour and neurosciences who can contribute to a public that is well known. She is looking for scriptwriters and writers. Her interest is focused on fictional business, especially the historic, concept-strong YA, the angularly funny and the tales with recognizable backdrops from extraordinary angles.

She would like to see in the nonfiction book examative Journalism, polemics, current memoirs and populary science/history. They can more large writings resources, inclusively free competitions, appeals for subordinations, useful tips on how to get an agents, media looking for principals as well as editors who accept scripts directly from authors, tips for how to market/manage your work and further, how to construct your on-line deck, how to get reports, how to self-publish, and where to find marketplaces for your work on publishing...and other forms of mental illness.

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