I got an email about two new literary agents in search of writers:
New Agents Seeking Clients
Click on any name below to see the
full mini-profile on the GLA Blog (with submission instructions). Good luck
1. Taylor Haggerty of Waxman Leavell Literary
She is seeking: "I am drawn to novels with a
compelling voice and grounded, relatable characters that pull me into their
world from the start. My favorite books have strong emotional elements that stay
with me long after I finish reading. My current interests include young adult
fiction, historical fiction, and historical romance. I do not represent
2. Jennifer Azantian Starts Her Own
She is seeking: fantasy, science-fiction,
and horror that focuses on characters that feel real, the kind whose stories she
can get invested in regardless of extravagance in plot or setting. She is
fascinated by the basic human truths that emerge at the heart of all the
greatest fantasies. These are the kind of projects that she advocates. She is
actively acquiring only science fiction and fantasy (including all of their
subgenres) as well as smart, psychological horror for middle grade, young adult,
new adult, and adult readers.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
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