Agent Gemma Cooper of The Bent Agency
Agent Gemma Cooper of The Bent Agency. Gemma represents authors who write for children, from picture books to young adult, fiction and non-fiction.
New Literary Agent Alert: Michelle Witte of Mansion Street Literary Management
This literary agent at Mansion Street Literary Management represents children's books, and is seeking middle grade novels and young adult novels.
Agent Jenny Bent of The Bent Agency
Agent Jenny Bent of The Bent Agency represents literary and commercial adult, young adult, and middle grade fiction. She also represents nonfiction in the areas of memoir, humor and select narrative nonfiction.
New Literary Agent Alert: Kimberly Brower of Brower Literary and Management
Kimberly is interested in commercial and literary fiction, with an emphasis in women’s fiction, contemporary romance, mysteries/thrillers, new adult and YA.
Emily S. Keyes, Agent
Emily Keyes, Fuse Literary Agency, is a particular lover of all types of young adult and middle grade books. She wants to represent the kind of stories that will resonate with kids for the rest of their lives. She loves strong voices and unique characters, not knock-offs or trend chasers.
Alec Shane (@alecdshane)
The latest Tweets from Alec Shane (@alecdshane). Literary Agent at Writers House, LLC. Wannabe Patriots sportswriter. firstname.lastname@example.org. New York City
Fuse Literary Agency -Michelle Richter is seeking fiction including book club reads, literary fiction, well-crafted women’s commercial fiction, thrillers, and mysteries (amateur sleuth, police procedurals and smart cozies). In nonfiction, she’s seeking fashion, film, television, science, medicine, sociology/social trends, and economics. She has a soft spot for stories set in Boston, Ireland, and Russia.