5 New Agents Seeking Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Thrillers, Romance, SFF, YA, Kidlit and more – by Erica Verrillo…

on Publishing … and Other Forms of Insanity:

Here are five new literary agents actively seeking clients.

Bethany Fulk wants MG, YA and adult fantasy Historical Fiction/Fantasy, Retellings (myth, folklore, legends, fairytales), Mysteries/Speculative/Suspense.

Susan Velazquez is looking for upmarket/book club fiction and women’s fiction, thrillers and horror, romance, science fiction, fantasy, YA, and narrative non-fiction that explores little-known time periods, historical events, or historical figures.

Annie Romano is seeking adult fiction and narrative nonfiction.

Juliana McBride loves commercial and literary fiction, young adult novels, and fantasy.

Helena Sandlyng Jacobsen has a special interest in translated literature. She is particularly loves narratives involving complicated heroines, characters caught between two (or more) cultures, and the occasional blood-curdling, but impeccably constructed thriller. As for nonfiction, memoir and personal essay are her favorite genres, but she loves to explore new ideas in popular science and delve into historical biographies.

Always check the agency website and agent bio before submitting. Agents can switch agencies or close their lists, and submission requirements can change. 

NOTEDon’t submit to two agents at the same agency simultaneously. If one rejects you, you may then submit to another.

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3 thoughts on “5 New Agents Seeking Fiction, Narrative Nonfiction, Thrillers, Romance, SFF, YA, Kidlit and more – by Erica Verrillo…

  1. I’ve grown weary of coming up against a concrete wall. Literary agents strike me as clones addicted to a daily dose of blue pills that keeps them thoroughly entrenched in a fabricated world, one that’s nice, cozy and safe, essentially a realm without risk. Almost all are too cowardly to ever consider taking the red pill, which might actually awaken them from their brainwashed stupors. Then maybe they’ll understand that venturing down the yellow brick road ain’t such a bad thing after all.

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