Below is our list of agent and editor VIPs attending DFWCon 2022!
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Sue Arroyo, CamCat Publishing (Publisher). Looking for science fiction, fantasy, mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, paranormal, western, romance (adult and young adult). Does not publish poetry, erotica, children’s books, anthologies, or any previously published work. Consultations are fine. Profile
Hannah VanVels Ausbury, Belcastro Agency. Reps fantasy (grounded), commercial contemporary with YA crossover, romantic comedies, horror, picture books, MG, YA, Graphic novels (MG and YA). She does not represent epic fantasy, paranormal romance, or word counts longer than 120k. Consultations are fine. Profile
Amy Collins, Talcott Notch Literary Services. Consultations on all genres OK. Reps How-To non-fiction (cookbooks, entertaining, business, raising dogs, kids, etc.), Sci-Fi Fantasy, Horror, Historical Fiction, Pop Culture, Calendars and Workbooks, Reference. Profile
Jim Donovan, Jim Donovan Literary. In fiction, reps literary fiction and mystery/thriller. In nonfiction, reps American history and biography, sports popular culture, popular science, and narrative nonfiction. He does not represent romance, SF/fantasy, memoir, or children’s/YA. Pitches only. Profile
Naomi Eisenbeiss, Inkwell Management. Reps literary fiction, romance, commercial fiction, horror, nonfiction, accessible pop-science, rom-coms. She does not represent science fiction/fantasy or YA. Consultations are fine. Profile
Jennie Goloboy, Donald Maass Literary Agency. Consultations OK. Reps fantasy, genre literary fiction, magical realism, science fiction. She’s also interested in history for a popular audience. She does not represent memoir or young adult. Consultations are fine. Profile
Cate Hart, Harvey Klinger Agency. Reps YA and MG historical, women’s fiction, romance, and nonfiction. She is also looking for sci-fi and fantasy, mysteries, and psychological thrillers. Consultations are fine. Profile
Sandy Lu, Book Wyrm Literary Agency, Reps Fiction: literary and commercial fiction, mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, science fiction, fantasy, historical fiction, family saga, upmarket women’s fiction, and YA. Non-fiction: narrative nonfiction, history, biography, science, business, psychology, pop culture, and food writing. Not Looking For picture books, graphic novels, religions/spirituality, politics/current affairs, sports, parenting, poetry, or screenplays. Consultations are fine. Profile. (Virtual)
Natasha Morris, Tobias Literary. Reps picture books, middle grade graphic novels, and YA. She does not rep adult lit, and in kidlit, no sci-fi. Consultations are fine. Profile
Kevin O’Connor, O’Connor Literary Agency. Reps lots of kids’ projects and middle grade projects in addition to serious adult nonfiction (Brian McCullough’s How the Internet Happened, Claude Andrew Clegg’s The Black President). Consultations are fine. Profile.
Ann Leslie Tuttle, Dystel, Goderich & Bourret, Reps women’s fiction, especially focused on relationships e.g. sisters, family, friends; historical fiction; rom coms; and romance; Southern women’s fiction; thrillers; narrative nonfiction that especially speaks to women’s experiences or strong women; YA rom coms; MG narrative nonfiction and fiction. Not looking for: dystopian, time travel, or poetry. Consultations are fine. Profile. (Virtual)
Terrie Wolf, AKA Literary Management. In Fiction, she reps Commercial, Crime, Mystery, Romance, Thriller, Women’s Fiction, Inspirational Fiction, Middle Grade (especially mysteries), and young adult. In Non-Fiction, reps Biography, Cookbooks, Memoir, Pop Culture. Consultations are fine. Profile
Click button for respective genre matrix to open pdf. Note these are subject to change if new agents/editors join the roster, so check back for signing up for your pitch.