Speculative Fiction Literary Agents

Literary Agents Speculative Fiction

Paula Munier (Talcott Notch Literary) Kaylee Davis (Dee Mura Literary) Jennie Goloboy (Donald Maass Agency) Sam Morgan (Foundry Literary) Mark Gottlieb (Trident Media) Evan Gregory (Ethan Ellenberg Literary) Sara Megibow (kt literary) #MSWL is a Twitter hashtag agent and editors use to let writers know what they . know and wild, speculative fiction with high stakes. It is Katelyn Hales (Robin Straus Agency) who is interested in literary fiction, speculative fiction and non-fiction. Here is a reference book about the roots of speculative fiction, what defines it and how to write it.

Forty New Agents Are Active Customer Searches

The four agents are active in customer searches. The Bent Agency seeks literary fiction and serious non-fiction. S. Caiby (Serendipity) is specialized in fiction for young people. It is Katelyn Hales (Robin Straus Agency) who is interested in literary fiction, speculative fiction and non-fiction. It is Larissa Helena (Pippin Properties) who wants storybooks, MG and YA series.

CROSBY: Agents looking for customers. IMPORTANT: You should NEVER check an agents without first visiting the agency's website. Filing needs are changing and agents can shut down their list or move to another one. It acquires both grown-up fiction and non-fiction literature. She is interested in literary and character-driven sci-fi and speculative fiction, sophisticated and literary fiction as well as popular cultural literature, contemporary and non-fiction narratives and memoir works with unconventional and refreshing prospects.

On John: Before he joined Bent Agency, he worked in literary scouts, reading fiction and non-fiction and recommending books for international publishers and film/TV adaptations. Now he is responsible for the Bent Agency's international laws and also compiles a literary fiction and serious adult non-fiction books directory.

South Gothic and Mediterranean literary fiction modelled on Ron Rash, Cormac McCarthy and everything in the traditions of legends like Flannery O'Connor. I' d also like to see idea-driven sci-fi like Ursula K. Le Guins THE Dispossesseded, dystopic fiction like Nick Harkaway's THE GONE-AWAY Woord and tales that make the whole wide globe seem dystopic, like Kurt Vonnegut's classics Slaughofer' House 5.

I' m interested in non-fiction books in the style of Beth Macy's FACTORY MAN and rousing historic non-fiction books like KING LEOPOLD'S GHOST and Beth Macy's FACTORY MAN. I am open to engage in cultural, theoretical, financial and populist research in the style of Michael Lewis and Malcolm Gladwell's celebrated work.

Jocquelle: Jocquelle is Junior Agent and Literary Assistant. She has a degree in English language and culture and specialises in the fields of projectmanagement and editing. Currently she is looking for her own initiatives with the aim of promoting creativeness and variety and bringing new, refreshing sounds to centres of literary and business power.

Specializing in young mature fiction, Jocquelle focuses on the sub-genres imagination, sci-fi, magic realisticism and ghoul. She is particularly interested in literary and historic fiction as well as fiction related to anthropology. She has interests in non-fiction including mind/body/spirit books, pro vrestling and psychic work.

Her work has included translations of works by Laura Ruby, Derek Landy and Maureen Johnson. They can more large writings resources, inclusively free competitions, appeals for subordinations, useful tips on how to get an agents, agents that look for potential customers as well as editors who accept scripts directly from authors, tips for how to commercialize and foster your work, 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 insanity.

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