Cassie Hanjian, Waxman Leavell
Adult Fiction / Historical Fiction / MSWL Paragraphs / Mystery / New Adult / Romance / Suspense / Women's Fiction

Cassie Hanjian, Waxman Leavell

In fiction, I’m looking for addictive New Adult novels that will make me stay up until 1:00 am to finish them. I’m most interested in New Adult novels that push the envelope, develop uniquely flawed characters, and aren’t afraid to challenge the more narrow definitions of “New Adult.” I also love tear-jerking commercial women’s fiction … Continue reading

Brent Taylor, TriadaUS
Adult Fiction / Children's / Middle Grade / MSWL Paragraphs / New Adult / Suspense / Thriller / Women's Fiction / Young Adult

Brent Taylor, TriadaUS

Middle grade: I’m probably most actively looking for something fairly light with a commercial voice, or a classic-feeling story. I love retellings, especially of familiar plotlines like THE PARENT TRAP, THE LITTLE PRINCESS, etc. Some MG books I’ve recently read and loved: THE WITCH’S BOY by Kelly Barnhill, RED BUTTERFLY by A.L. Sonnichsen, and A … 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

Stephanie Delman, Sanford J. Greenburger Associates
Adult Fiction / Historical Fiction / Literary Fiction / Mystery / Suspense / Thriller / Women's Fiction

Stephanie Delman, Sanford J. Greenburger Associates

I represent adult fiction. I’m currently looking for: Near-historical fiction (19th-20th century), especially based on true stories that have been overlooked Literary fiction of all kinds, interesting narrative devices, and coming-of-age novels for adult readers Upmarket women’s fiction and book club fiction, with brave female protagonists (more Jess Walter than Jennifer Weiner); no erotica or … Continue reading

Peter Knapp, New Leaf Literary
Children's / Historical Fiction / Horror / Middle Grade / MSWL Paragraphs / Suspense / Young Adult

Peter Knapp, New Leaf Literary

I am always seeking middle grade and young adult stories with big questions at their centers, irresistible concepts, and unforgettable characters. I like high concept stories or stories that employ great narrative devices, such as the tapes in Thirteen Reasons Why, the keepsakes and epistolary format in Why We Broke Up and the diary formats … Continue reading