on Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity:
Here are seven new literary agents actively seeking clients.
Dan Milaschewski wants Action/Adventure, Commercial, Crime, Family Saga, Fantasy, General, Historical, Horror, Humor, LGBTQ, Literary, Military, Mystery, New Adult, Religious, Science Fiction, Thriller, Young Adult; and in nonfiction History, Humor, LGBTQ, Pop Culture, True Crime.
Emelie Burl represents Children’s, YA, and Pop Culture.
Bailey Tamayo is looking for middle grade, YA, and adult speculative fiction, fantasy, sci fi, horror, and anything in between.
Kristin Ostby represents authors of middle grade and young adult fiction, as well as picture book author/illustrators and select adult fiction.
Emily Glenister is seeking female-led reading group and commercial novels, as well as diverse/own voices, with an emphasis on crime/thriller (not political or environmental), upmarket commercial women’s fiction with a unique hook, epic love stories, post-eighteenth century history, and gothic novels/ghost stories.
Darlene Chan is interested in stories by and about BIPOC, women’s fiction, chick lit, crime fiction, YA, pop culture and books on film and the entertainment industry.
Sera Rivers is currently accepting queries for middle grade and young adult fiction and graphic novels, as well as the occasional picture book.
Always check the agency website and agent bio before submitting. Agents can switch agencies or close their lists, and submission requirements can change.