Jennifer Chen Tran, Fuse Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / History / Journalism / Literary Fiction / Memoir / MSWL Paragraphs / New Adult / Pop Culture / Psychology / Young Adult

Jennifer Chen Tran, Fuse Literary Agency

I acquire both fiction and non-fiction. I’m specifically looking for page-turning and plot-driven literary fiction, commercial fiction, upmarket fiction, mature Young Adult, New Adult that is not formulaic, memoir, graphic novels, narrative non-fiction, and commercial non-fiction (in the areas of current affairs, medicine, entrepreneurship, history, pop-culture, psychology, and social justice). I love stories that are … Continue reading

Lydia Shamah, Carol Mann Agency
Adult Fiction / Literary Fiction / Magical Realism / Middle Grade / MSWL Paragraphs / Pop Culture / Psychology / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Lydia Shamah, Carol Mann Agency

In fiction I’m open to Adult, YA and MG. I’m looking for edgy and enchanting page-turners written with a light hand. I always enjoy complex female characters, and have a thing for unreliable narrators. I love fiction that explores social issues or is inspired by the headlines, like ROOM by Emma Donahue and THE HATE … Continue reading

Hannah Elnan, Sasquatch Books
Adult Fiction / Crafts/DIY / Humor / Memoir / MSWL Paragraphs / Narrative / Nonfiction / Pop Culture / Psychology

Hannah Elnan, Sasquatch Books

I acquire nonfiction titles for our adult list with a Northwest regional focus yet national appeal. The tagline for what we do at Sasquatch is “cool stuff from here” and “here” extends from the Pacific Northwest into Alaska. I’m focusing on practical nonfiction in the categories of home, garden, craft, DIY, style, love and relationships, … Continue reading

Jaime Coyne, St. Martin’s Press
Biography / Humor / Journalism / Literary Fiction / Memoir / Narrative / Nonfiction / Psychology / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Jaime Coyne, St. Martin’s Press

I am interested in acquiring literary fiction, contemporary commercial fiction, women’s fiction, and young adult. In general I tend to be drawn to character-driven narratives, family sagas, and other stories that focus on the relationships between people. On the nonfiction side, I’m interested in a range of narrative nonfiction including memoir, biography, humor, and investigative … Continue reading

Jennifer Johnson-Blalock, Liza Dawson Associates
Cookbooks / History / Memoir / Narrative / Nonfiction / Pop Culture / Psychology / Suspense / Thriller / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Jennifer Johnson-Blalock, Liza Dawson Associates

I’m looking for nonfiction (narrative, prescriptive, and memoir) in almost all areas, especially current events, social sciences, women’s issues, law, business, history, the arts and pop culture, lifestyle, sports, and food, including cookbooks and health/wellness. I love nonfiction that uses a unique, specific story to cast light on and explore a larger issue. More specifically, … Continue reading

Maria Ribas, Stonesong
Cookbooks / Crafts/DIY / MSWL Paragraphs / Narrative / Nonfiction / Psychology

Maria Ribas, Stonesong

I only represent nonfiction–no fiction, please! In general, I focus on cookbooks, health & diet, home design, self-help, humor, pets, and other lifestyle categories. I love projects that offer a new solution or new perspective on something and that do it in a practical, approachable way. I also work with narrative titles in the categories … Continue reading

Jessica Sinsheimer, The Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / Biography / Children's / Cookbooks / Crime Fiction / Erotica / Historical Fiction / History / Journalism / LGBTQ / Literary Fiction / Magical Realism / Memoir / MSWL Paragraphs / Mystery / Narrative / New Adult / Nonfiction / Pop Culture / Psychology / Romance / Science / Science Fiction / Suspense / Thriller / Travel / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Jessica Sinsheimer, The Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency

I’m officially open to all genres–I know how that sounds, and yes, I know, YIKES, I’ll be getting a lot of mail–but I’m particularly interested right now in the following: Whatever the age group, I tend to love contrast–highbrow sentences and lowbrow content, beautiful settings and ugly motives–the books that are beautiful and scary, heartbreaking … Continue reading