Victoria Selvaggio, The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / Middle Grade / Mystery / New Adult / Nonfiction / Picture Books / Suspense / Thriller / Young Adult

Victoria Selvaggio, The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency

I am currently looking for all genres (lyrical picture books, middle grade and young adult fiction, new adult, mysteries, suspense, thrillers, paranormal, fantasy, narrative nonfiction, adult fiction), but find I’m particularly drawn to middle grade and young adult. I especially love thrillers and all elements of weird, creepy stuff. If it’s out of the box, … Continue reading

Katie Grimm, Don Congdon Associates
Adult Fiction / Historical Fiction / Middle Grade / Narrative / Suspense / Young Adult

Katie Grimm, Don Congdon Associates

I’m always looking for literary fiction, upmarket women’s fiction, historical fiction, suspense, narrative non-fiction, young adult and middle grade. More specifically, my taste skews more weird, dark, and international in adult and more timeless than trendy in kids. I want books with a heartbeat, and I’m always delighted when an unusual structure or form functions … Continue reading

Evan Gregory, The Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / Crime Fiction / Fantasy / Journalism / LGBTQ / Nonfiction / Science / Thriller / Travel

Evan Gregory, The Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency

For Non-fiction: I wish I had more non-fiction about emerging technologies and how to reckon the changes in technology with our humanity. I want non-fiction about understanding the human condition in light of medical discoveries. I want non-fiction that turns the tables on quackery, bias, and poor reasoning. I want a treatise on personal privacy, … Continue reading

Sam Morgan, JABberwocky Literary Agency
Adult Fiction / Fantasy / Literary Fiction / MSWL Paragraphs / Science Fiction

Sam Morgan, JABberwocky Literary Agency

My clients are all unique but the one thing that they all share is a distinct voice. I’m looking for that specific author telling a story only they could tell. Anyone else trying to tell the same story would fail miserably. So bring me the weird and wonderful and wacky. As for genres I’m mostly … Continue reading