Monday, July 21, 2014

2 Literary Agents Looking for New Clients

Updated 10/23/17

These two agents are looking for clients. Both have had experience working in prestigious literary agencies. As always, go to the agency's website before sending your query. See which publishing houses they have worked with, what type of books they have represented. And don't forget to do a google search on the agency (and agent) to check for other authors' experiences.
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Pam Victorio at D4EO

About Pam: Pam Victorio started her literary career as assistant to Laurie McLean, of Foreword Literary Agency, in early 2012. By April Pam was promoted to Associate Agent. In her first two years as an agent, Pam brokered 24 deals, with such publishers as Knopf, Scholastic, NAL, ACE, Grand Central, and others. She joined D4EO in June 2014, where she will continue to build her list.

What she is looking for: Pam has a passion for adult genre fiction (no erotica) as well as MG, YA, and New Adult fiction.

How to submit: Pam accepts queries through the Query Manager.



Mackenzie Brady Watson at Stuart Krichevsky Agency

About Mackenzie: Mackenzie began her publishing career as an intern at Fine Print Literary Management and Farrar, Straus & Giroux. She was an agent with Charlotte Sheedy Literary Agency and New Leaf Literary & Media before joining SKLA in 2016.

What she is seeking: Mackenzie Brady Watson focuses on narrative non-fiction for all ages and select Young Adult fiction. As a former research scientist, she has a great passion for science books, especially if they are historically driven or revolutionize current theory, as well as sociology, investigative journalism, food writing, memoir, health and wellness, and business books. She particularly appreciates work that sheds light on marginalized experiences and helps contribute to the cultural conversation. On the fiction side, she’s always on the lookout for an original voice and a lot of heart.

How to submit: Please send a query letter and the first few (up to 10) pages of your manuscript or proposal in the body of an email (not an attachment) to mbwquery@skagency.com

1 comment:

  1. This is very useful. I appreciate your willingness to share your experiences to help someone like me (finished fifth draft of a novel, preparing to send out to agents). Thanks.

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