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Literature and business literature, MG and YA literature, storybooks, memoirs, etc.
It' s hard to find agents representing short story libraries because there isn't much cash in short story libraries. I have half a doze of agents looking for short films and currently submitting them: Specifically, he is looking for: Business and literature novels, horrors, fantasy und sci-fi, detective novels, mystery, thriller, LGBTQ and army novels, as well as medium class and youth novels.
Favorite subgenres: magic realistic, army, southern literature, hedge and western. Insert the term "Query" in the reference line. Representing Ray Bradbury (author of Farenheit 451 among other well-known sci-fi books), they currently represents such well-known writers as David Sedaris (Theft by Finding) and Kathryn Stocket (The Help).
The collection includes literature (be it vocal, historic, theoretical or mysterious), sophisticated women's literature, coherent short story libraries and graphical books. One of the keys is "coherent" story libraries - there must be something powerful to hold them together. Insert the term "Query" and the full name of the agents in your topic line.
Like always in a search, you add a brief summary of your work and your pertinent backgrounds and need to match them all on one page. You can also add the first story of your compilation to the e-mail. Mr Rhodes has been in the editorial and agency businesses for many years, but has only recently started working for The Stuart Agency.
The first 50 pages for literature, a suggestion for non-fiction.
Frahlingur Waverly Place. It is a one-woman suit for literature operative Debbie Carter, who doesn't seem to have many (or maybe no) outfits. She is looking for short stories and books of poems with populare charm. I' ve oversubscribed the award-winning children's storybook The Adventures of Molly Whuppie & Other Appalachian Folktales by Anne Shelby.
" I am looking for high qualitiy short films for grown-ups and kids (with the exception of short films and short feature films) that will do well. Especially in the field of literature she is looking for action/adventure, advertising, phantasy, general literature, history, literature, sci-fi, women's literature and short story series. It is also looking for literature for small and medium-sized businesses and young people.
After working as an editorial journalist for Doubleday and Franklin Square Press/Harper's Magazine, Renée Zuckerbrot established Frahlingur Renée Zuckerbrot. Ms. Bert is a member of the PEN Membership Committee and a board member of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses (CLMP) and Slice Magazine. View her top ten short story lists on Storyville.
Renée's writers have won or been nominees for the Pulitzer Prize, the PEN/Robert W. Bingham Prize for Debut Novels, the PEN Jacqueline Bograd Weld Prize for Biography, the National Magazine Award, the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing, the NYPL Young Lions Fiction Award, the Discover Great New Writers Award from B&N, the Story Prize and the PEN/O.
She is looking for literature and books for adults, both literature and books for adults, with a special emphasis on scholarship, historical and populism. Please enclose a summary of your work, your publishing story (if available), a short biography and your contacts. You may also enclose an extract of up to three example sections (or three short stories) as a Word-Dokument.
There are three classes a week for creativity from beginners to intermediate, which start soon: Creatwriting exploring, Tuesday afternoon, 4 July - 22 August, in Burlington. The next stage in imaginative lettering, Wednesday evening, 5 July - 23 August, in Burlington. Intense Lettering, Wednesday afternoon, July 5 - August 23, in Burlington.
You can find more information about all three classes here. On Saturday, August 12, Brian Henry will conduct a seminar on the topic of children's and young adult literature in Collingwood with Monica Pacheco (see here). Brian will conduct a week-long Litriting Kid Lit classes, Thursday morning, October 5 - November 30, in Oakville, with visiting writers Sylvia McNicoll and Jennifer Mook-Sang (see here).
Remark: For up-dated lists of writings for Children & for Young adults workshop and for Kid lite class, see here (and browse down). Accompany us to an autumn colour retreat at the Arowhon Pines Resort in Algonquin Park, Friday, 15 September - Sunday, 17 September (see here). Brian will also teach a number of classroom activities in the autumn, among them (for the first time) a Toronto based course in creativity:
Voiceless by Jennifer Mook-Sang, Intensive Creation Morning, September 25 - December 4, in Toronto. The next stage in our creativity letter, Tuesday afternoon 19 September - 21 November, in Burlington. Write personal stories, Wednesday evening, September 27 - November 15, in Burlington. Letter Kid Lit, Thursday morning, October 5 - November 30, in Oakville, with visiting writers Sylvia McNicoll and Jennifer Mook-Sang.
Intense Lettering, Thursday evening, September 28 - November 30 in Georgetown. Here you can find a review of Brian's classes and work-shops. View Brian's full timetable here, which includes scriptwriting tutorials and classes for creativity in Algonquin Park, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Georgetown, Guelph, Hamilton, Ingersoll, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Midland, Mississauga, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, Street.
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