on Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity:
Here are seven new agents actively building their client lists.
Jennifer Herrington specializes in Romance, Women’s Fiction, and Mystery in both YA and adult fiction.
Michael Signorelli is interested in literary and commercial fiction as well as nonfiction spanning science, current affairs, sports, and cultural history.
Melissa Richeson wants picture books, chapter books, mysteries or magic in middle grade, and character-driven stories in young adult.
Kayla Cichello is seeking everything from heartfelt or humorous picture books to dynamic, unpredictable YA.
Kim Lindman is interested in representing narrative non-fiction, select short story collections, commercial and literary fiction in adult and young adult age groups, with special interest in contemporary fiction and magical realism.
Renae Moore is interested in speculative fiction, mystery, thrillers, and select romance in YA and adult books. Renae is always interested in #OwnVoices.
Paloma Hernando is looking for both graphic novels and prose fiction for YA or adult. She loves romance, particularly queer romance, science fiction that feels fresh, high fantasy, and middle grade with a good sense of humor. She is also interested in non-fiction.
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