7 New Agents Seeking Romance, Kidlit, Memoir, Speculative Fiction, Nonfiction, YA, LGBTQ and more – by Erica Verrillo…

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Here are seven new literary agents actively seeking writers. New agents are a boon to writers. They are actively building their lists, and will go the extra mile for their clients.

Ashley Reisinger is interested in a variety of fiction across adult, young adult, and middle grade.

Chad W. Beckerman represents illustrators and author/illustrators from all over the globe, who create artwork for all ages and genres.

Ashley Hong is looking for transporting storytelling; compulsively readable memoirs; subversive prayers. But she’s also into the fun stuff: rom com lit that rivals TV; self-deprecating self-help; essay collections that feel like a friend.

Noelle Falcis Math is looking for literary, upmarket, and (especially) speculative fiction, including magical realism, fantasy, science fiction, and any genre bending and blending forms and risk-taking experimentation. For nonfiction, she’s looking for projects that explore the intersections of the personal, the political, and the cultural. She would love to see strong essay collections, graphic memoirs, and narrative or prescriptive nonfiction exploring (or connecting) culture, decolonization, climate change, and revitalization efforts.

Anne Glusker‘s interests lie in nonfiction with a strong narrative that treats of-the-moment social & political issues and in can’t-put-it-down memoir and fiction that features strong storytelling. She is particularly interested in stories and situations featuring women, disability issues, people of color, and LGBTQ issues.

Lori Colvin is looking for fresh viewpoints in multiple genres, including WF, Thriller, Book Club Fiction, Mystery (but no Cozy), and more.

Madeline Wallace is seeking literary and upmarket fiction, as well as select narrative nonfiction and memoir.

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 several agents at the same agency simultaneously. If one rejects you, you may then submit to another. (Some small agencies share. Be alert to a notice that “a no from one is a no from all.”)

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