Michelle Witte, Mansion Street Literary Management
Children's / Cookbooks / History / Middle Grade / MSWL Paragraphs / Narrative / Nonfiction / Picture Books / Science / Young Adult

Michelle Witte, Mansion Street Literary Management

I represent books for kids, both fiction and nonfiction, from board books up through young adult. My tastes are fairly eclectic, from light and funny to dark and creepy, and especially stories that veer off the beaten path. Here’s a list of the kinds of things I’d love to find: PICTURE BOOKS: I created a … Continue reading

Sara Megibow, KT Literary Agency
Erotica / Fantasy / Middle Grade / MSWL Paragraphs / New Adult / Romance / Science Fiction / Young Adult

Sara Megibow, KT Literary Agency

I am actively acquiring and looking for books that consume me; stories I can’t stop reading and heroines/heroes to cheer for. My list of genres is very specific but within that list there are no boundaries: I’m looking for debut authors with a complete, never previously-published manuscript in middle grade, young adult, romance, erotica, science fiction or fantasy. Doesn’t matter … Continue reading

Whitley Abell, Inklings Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / Historical Fiction / Literary Fiction / Middle Grade / Romance / Thriller / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Whitley Abell, Inklings Literary Agency

I am building my list of YA, MG, and Adult fiction. Regardless of market or genre, I’m looking for books with a great hook or a fascinating world, a strong but *real* protagonist, a story I can sink my teeth into, and, most importantly, a voice I would follow to the end of the world … Continue reading

Tiffany Liao, Penguin Random House
Fantasy / Horror / Literary Fiction / Middle Grade / Romance / Young Adult

Tiffany Liao, Penguin Random House

I’m looking for ambitious, high-concept YA/MG projects with that irresistible commercial hook, but I will always have a soft spot for a really beautiful literary story. Some projects I’m currently hankering for… A YA romance with a “5 minutes in the future” premise a la MORE HAPPY THAN NOT and that terrible/wonderful movie “Timer.” High … Continue reading