Good morning, readers.
I got an email telling of two new Literary agents. If you're ready to start querying an agent check out the ones in this post.
Agents Seeking New Clients
Click on any name below to see the full
mini-profile on the GLA Blog (with submission instructions). Good luck
1. Catherine Luttinger of Darhansoff &
She is seeking: Catherine is primarily
interested in science fiction and fantasy. To her, that includes anything that
could even remotely be labeled as such. Viable submission material includes
everything from classic space operas to the apocalypse; alternative universes,
dystopias, and eco-thrillers-as well as the paranormal, horror, zombies,
plagues, and time travel. She is also willing to look at historical fiction,
mythology re-told, YA, thrillers and mysteries. You may also pitch her
2. Stacy Testa of Writers
She is seeking: Stacy is looking for
literary fiction and upmarket commercial women's fiction, particularly
character-driven stories with an international setting, historical bent, or
focus on a unique subculture. She also represents realistic young adult (no
dystopian or paranormal, please!). For nonfiction, she is particularly
interested in young "millennial" voices with a great sense of humor and a strong
platform, startling and unique memoirs, and voice-driven narratives about
little-known historical moments.