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We love fiction with superb writing and a voice that jumps off the page. A twisted or colorful plot that compels us to keep reading is a must.

We look for a unique voice and a strong protagonist that a reader can relate to whether it be commercial or literary. We like dark and intense, but we won’t turn away something that’s a little on the lighter side. We enjoy a touch of humor when the genre demands it.

Profound young adult with a strong male or female protagonist is a must. A thought-provoking read, big writing, an entertaining story line, and a fast pace will get our attention.

***We use Query Manager. Please read each agent’s wish list to find the agent that best matches your manuscript genre. Then use the Submit a Story button and that will take you to the query form. Thank you.

Send a query to one of our Agents:

Sharon Belcastro

Her love of books goes back to early childhood where some of her fondest memories were spent with Gulliver in Lilliput and Ishmael and his voyage on the Pequod…Learn More

WISH LIST
Young Adult:

  • Fantasy
  • Science Fiction
  • Action/Adventure
  • Contemporary
  • Magical Realism
  • Mystery/Thriller
  • Horror

Submit a story to Sharon


Ella Marie Shupe

Ella Marie has been a literary agent since 2008. She was drawn to helping authors achieve their dreams after she studied English at Youngstown State University…Learn More

WISH LIST
Adult:

  • Mysteries
  • Thrillers/Suspense
  • Science Fiction
  • Fantasy
  • General Fiction

Submit a story to Ella Marie


 

Cortney Radocaj

Cortney grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and after spending her undergraduate years in downtown Manhattan at NYU…Learn More

WISH LIST

  • YA, NA, and Adult
  • LGBT (particularly F/F)
  • Neurodiversity
  • Fantasy
  • Science Fiction
  • Steampunk
  • Cyberpunk
  • Mythology/fairytale retellings
  • Gothic
  • Paranormal
  • Contemporary
  • Horror
  • Magical realism

Submit a story to Cortney

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