2 New Agents Seeking Clients NOW
Here are two new agents open to queries. Meg LaTorre-Snyder (Corvisiero Literary) is interested in representing Fantasy, Historical fiction, Romance (with magical elements), Space opera, Steam punk and Thrillers (with magical elements). Lucinda Karter (Jennifer Lyons Agency) is seeking a range of fiction — adult, young adult, and children’s; history, biography, memoir, and food; finance and economics; and novelty books.
As always, make sure to read the agency website, including submission guidelines and the agent’s bio, before submitting. The publishing industry is in constant flux, and agents may switch to another agency or change their submission requirements.
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Meg LaTorre-Snyder of Corvisiero Literary
Meg LaTorre-Snyder is an editor and writer with a background in magazine publishing, journalism, medical writing, and website creation. With her background, she’s excited to have a hands-on editorial partnership with authors. She has written for digital and print publications on a variety of topics, including book publishing, writing how-tos, nutrition, healthy living, startup companies, and pharmaceuticals. In her free time, she enjoys working on her own adult fantasy manuscript, reading long novels, drinking tea by the bucket, running in competitive races, participating in musical productions, playing basketball, and reading nutrition textbooks (yep, textbooks). To learn more about Meg, visit her website, follow her on Twitter/Facebook, and subscribe to her YouTube channel, iWriterly.
What she is seeking: YA, NA, and adult:
Fantasy Historical fiction Romance (with magical elements) Space opera Steam punk Thrillers (with magical elements) She loves books written in third-person with multiple POVs, quirky, realistic characters, and rich descriptions. Meg is not interested in nonfiction, picture books, contemporary stories (particularly those with no magical elements), erotica, horror, dystopian, screenplays, poetry, short stories, and novellas.
How to Submit: Send your query, first five pages, and 1–2 page synopsis in the body of an email (no attachments) to email@example.com with the following information in the subject line:
Query for Meg: [TITLE OF MANUSCRIPT IN ALL CAPS], [age group], [genre]
Lucinda Karter of Jennifer Lyons Agency
Lucinda Karter has spent more than 25 years in publishing, working for the Georges Borchardt Literary Agency, Doubleday, HarperCollins, and W.W. Norton, among others. Most recently, she served for 15 years as director of the French Publishers’ Agency, where she agented works such as Irène Némirovsky’s Suite Française and Kamel Daoud’s The Meursault Investigation and other bestsellers to worldwide English-language publishers. She has translated fiction, memoir, and children’s literature from French to English and served as a juror for the annual Prix Anaïs Nin in Paris. In 2002, she was named Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture.
What she is looking for: Her interests as an agent include: a range of fiction — adult, young adult, and children’s; history, biography, memoir, and food; finance and economics; and novelty books.
How to submit: Queries and submissions for Lucinda Karter should go to firstname.lastname@example.org
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