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      • ‘It looks to me like a more perfect storm has struck the school lunchroom and vending channels.’
      • ‘And a wedding is a perfect storm of all those interests.’
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As we continue to add agents to our team, a friendly reminder to follow submission guidelines for not only the agent but also for the agency.

Additionally, if you have not received a rejection on a submission follow up with that agent before submitting again to another agent.

Currently, all agents except Melissa Richeson and Lisa Amstutz are closed to submissions.

Fiction:

Essie White, Literary Agent/Partner:

Essie White is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Please send the first three chapters with an appropriate pitch and very brief synopsis to [email protected]. No attachments please.

Victoria Selvaggio, Literary Agent/Partner:

Victoria Selvaggio is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Please email (only) to [email protected] and put the title of your manuscript in the subject line of your email. Please send the first twenty pages of the manuscript in the body of your email (for picture book manuscripts—send the full manuscript), along with a query letter.

Heather Cashman, Associate Literary Agent/Agent Mentor:

Heather Cashman is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Heather doesn't accept snail mail/postal and does not consider more than one project at a time.

For middle grade and young adult fiction, she’ll consider all genres and loves a good genre splice. For middle grade and young adult non-fiction, anything that takes her back to those days in the library when she wanted to learn about someone, something, and somewhere new. For all writing, Heather enjoys unique characters formed from their own experiences in a unique world. The characters need to feel real with a distinct voice from the first line. Thematic elements and strong character arcs are a must. She loves commercial fiction that has a literary flair and inclusive books that bring us together as citizens of the world.

Lisa Amstutz is OPEN to submissions at this time.Please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

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Lisa only accepts queries through the link below and does not consider more than one project at a time.

She is seeking nonfiction for all ages (preschool–adult), picture book and middle grade fiction, and picture book author/illustrators. Lisa loves books with heart; science, agricultural, and environmental topics; new insights on history, culture, or the arts; strong characters and settings; humor; lyrical texts; and multicultural themes. She enjoys a good rhyming story, but please be sure the meter is strong and consistent.

Lisa is not a good fit for dark or dystopian themes or graphic content. She is not acquiring YA or adult fiction at this time, but will consider books by existing clients.

Kate Foster, Associate Literary Agent:

Kate Foster is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Kate is focused on works of Fiction (only). Mainly on middle grade at the moment, but she will consider a select few YA and chapter books. Kate falls for voice and characters before plot. Top of her list are funny books, but she is also seeking sports and adventure stories (e.g. a modern Goonies) as well as creepy horror, twisty mysteries, and clever fantasies grounded in our world. She wants stories with strong friendships, body positivity, characters with a wicked sense of humor, and nerdy kids with a passion for and knowledge of science, in particular the weather. Most importantly, Kate wants to build a diverse list of underrepresented voices from all over the world, and very much welcomes submissions from disabled and neurodivergent authors, authors of color, LGBTQI authors, and authors who battle mental health issues.

Please email (only) to [email protected] and put QUERY + CATEGORY (MG, YA or CB) in the subject line of your email. Please send the first ten pages of the manuscript in the body of your email, along with a query letter.

Melissa Richeson is OPEN to submissions at this time. Please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Melissa only accepts queries through the link below, where authors are asked to provide the first ten pages of their manuscript along with a full synopsis. She will not consider more than one project at a time.

In picture books, Melissa is looking for the heartfelt, the humorous, and everything in between. She’s especially drawn to thoughtful themes, and a well-done rhyme will always catch her eye. Melissa also loves chapter books with quick pacing, a great hook, and a well-researched world. In middle grade, she adores mystery, humor, adventure, and a sense of imagination. Relatable characters and a great voice are key! For young adult, Melissa typically looks for high concept contemporary or historical manuscripts, but a light sci-fi or a fantasy in a fresh world can draw her in too. Bring on all the sweet romances with authentic dialogue and page-turning stakes! Use subtle wit and intelligent wordplay, and she's all in. Non-fiction projects for all ages are welcome as well, and diverse #ownvoices are encouraged.

Melissa is not a good fit for horror, paranormal, or graphic violence. Less nightmares, more daydreams, please.

Nonfiction:

Essie White, Literary Agent/Partner:

Essie White is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Please enclose the project proposal, pitch/hook, and sample to [email protected]. No attachments please.

Victoria Selvaggio, Literary Agent/Partner:

Victoria Selvaggio is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Please email (only) to [email protected] and put the title of your manuscript in the subject line of your email. An attachment of the entire proposal as a Word document (the proposal should include a sample chapter and other proposal components) is fine, but please include the cover letter in the body of your email (it should be within the proposal too).

Heather Cashman, Associate Literary Agent/Agent Mentor:

Heather Cashman is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Heather doesn't accept snail mail/postal and does not consider more than one project at a time.

For middle grade and young adult non-fiction, anything that takes her back to those days in the library when she wanted to learn about someone, something, and somewhere new. For all writing, Heather enjoys unique characters formed from their own experiences in a unique world. The characters need to feel real with a distinct voice from the first line. Thematic elements and strong character arcs are a must. She loves commercial fiction that has a literary flair and inclusive books that bring us together as citizens of the world.

Lisa Amstutz is OPEN to submissions at this time.Please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Lisa only accepts queries through the link below and does not consider more than one project at a time.

She is seeking nonfiction for all ages (preschool–adult), picture book and middle grade fiction, and picture book author/illustrators. Lisa loves books with heart; science, agricultural, and environmental topics; new insights on history, culture, or the arts; strong characters and settings; humor; lyrical texts; and multicultural themes. She enjoys a good rhyming story, but please be sure the meter is strong and consistent.

Lisa is not a good fit for dark or dystopian themes or graphic content. She is not acquiring YA or adult fiction at this time, but will consider books by existing clients.

Kate Foster, Associate Literary Agent:

Kate is CLOSED to submissions at this time. If you are contemplating submitting when she reopens, please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Kate is focused on works of Fiction (only). Mainly on middle grade at the moment, but she will consider a select few YA and chapter books. Kate falls for voice and characters before plot. Top of her list are funny books, but she is also seeking sports and adventure stories (e.g. a modern Goonies) as well as creepy horror, twisty mysteries, and clever fantasies grounded in our world. She wants stories with strong friendships, body positivity, characters with a wicked sense of humor, and nerdy kids with a passion for and knowledge of science, in particular the weather. Most importantly, Kate wants to build a diverse list of underrepresented voices from all over the world, and very much welcomes submissions from disabled and neurodivergent authors, authors of color, LGBTQI authors, and authors who battle mental health issues.

Please email (only) to [email protected] and put QUERY + CATEGORY (MG, YA or CB) in the subject line of your email. Please send the first ten pages of the manuscript in the body of your email, along with a query letter.

Melissa Richeson is OPEN to submissions at this time. Please familiarize yourself with her guidelines:

Melissa only accepts queries through the link below, where authors are asked to provide the first ten pages of their manuscript along with a full synopsis. She will not consider more than one project at a time.

In picture books, Melissa is looking for the heartfelt, the humorous, and everything in between. She’s especially drawn to thoughtful themes, and a well-done rhyme will always catch her eye. Melissa also loves chapter books with quick pacing, a great hook, and a well-researched world. In middle grade, she adores mystery, humor, adventure, and a sense of imagination. Relatable characters and a great voice are key! For young adult, Melissa typically looks for high concept contemporary or historical manuscripts, but a light sci-fi or a fantasy in a fresh world can draw her in too. Bring on all the sweet romances with authentic dialogue and page-turning stakes! Use subtle wit and intelligent wordplay, and she's all in. Non-fiction projects for all ages are welcome as well, and diverse #ownvoices are encouraged.

Melissa is not a good fit for horror, paranormal, or graphic violence. Less nightmares, more daydreams, please.

For all submissions:

Please send only ONE project/proposal or manuscript (if requested) at a time. If we desire to read more work, we will request it. If we want to read the full manuscript of any submitted piece, we will request that as well. Please do not send additional work to us if we have passed on your original submission, unless requested to do so and/or if agent’s guidelines note different instructions.

Please submit to ONE agent at a time. If one agent passes you are welcome to query another agent but please advise if you’ve received a rejection for the project you are submitting.

All material should include a query letter with appropriate contact information.

Currently, all agents except Melissa Richeson and Lisa Amstutz are closed to submissions.

For Illustrators:

We loveart, almost as much as we love literature. If you would like us to consider your work, please send us an appropriate query including information about yourself, and your work, as well as a link to an online portfolio. No attachments please, though, unless requested.

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If opting to mail material, please never send an original of anything. Due to the amount of submissions we receive, we are unable to return material.

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The Querying Process:

We understand the tremendous desire to find an appropriate agent, with the hopes of subsequently securing an ideal publisher for your work. We realize there is a sense of urgency as you send your work off into the world. But we are a small agency. Our response time may be anywhere from 2 to 8 weeks (and possibly longer), depending on the projects at hand. If we find that we are not able to represent your project, we will always attempt to provide appropriate feedback of some sort, realizing the path to publication is a journey, and not always a fast one!

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