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Note on genre definition from Agent, Laurie McLean: 

What used to be called urban fantasy is now being called contemporary fantasy or modern fantasy.  Urban was a misnomer to begin with (some of them occurred outside cities) and Urban Fantasy was kicked off the bookshelves by epic fantasy when Game of Thrones became super popular.  No editor would even look at an urban fantasy. So agents are now calling them contemporary fantasy novels.


AGENTS – Listed in alphabetical order


Lisa Abellera - Kimberley Cameron and Associates - Agent

Lisa Abellera joined Kimberley Cameron and Associates in 2013 with a background in management, marketing, and finance. She earned her BA in Strategic Management from Dominican University and MFA in Writing from University of San Francisco. She enjoys stories with high personal stakes, characters with deep inner lives, and lush world-building. She is seeking upmarket, literary, and women's fiction, historical fiction, mystery, suspense, thrillers, science fiction, most fantasy except paranormal, romance if an element or sub-genre, and all YA and middle grade fiction genres. She is especially looking for stories by #ownvoices authors and writers from marginalized or underrepresented backgrounds. 


Acquiring: Fantasy (All Types, Historical Fantasy), Historical, Literary, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (Cozy, Detective), Science Fiction (Space Opera, Hard Sci-Fi), Thriller (Conspiracy, Espionage, Legal), Women’s Fiction, Middle Grade, YA Fantasy, YA Horror, YA Inspirational/Spiritual, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense (POC/LGBTQ/#ownvoices), YA Science Fiction, YA Thriller.



Malaga Baldi - Baldi Agency - Agent

Baldi works with large and small houses alike -- from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Knopf, Harper Collins, Simon Schuster to Skyhorse, Cleis Press, Bellevue Literary Books and the University of Wisconsin Press.  Award Winning William J. Mann's biography of Marlon Brando, THE CONTENDER is to be published by Harper Collins soon.  Mann's WISECRACKER, KATE are in development for the screen. Mann's TINSELTOWN received an Edgar Best Fact Crime Award and is optioned for television.  Kia Corthron's THE CASTLE CROSS THE MAGNET CARTER won the Center for Fiction 2017 First Novel Award, Blanche Boyd's TOMB OF THE UNKNOWN was selected as an Amazon best May 2018 novel.   Subjects of interest range far and wide -- Greenland, Furries, nautical terms, awkwardness, fishing dogs, 19th century mind reading pigs, Hollywood divas and historical biographies, monsters, hybrid memoirs and all sorts of literary fiction.  Baldi received the 2018 Publishing Triangle Leadership Award.

Acquiring: Horror, Literary, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Short Fiction, Thriller (All Types), Women’s Fiction, Essays & Articles, Book Length Projects (Biography, Pop Culture & Humor, Sports), Memoir.


Noah Ballard - Curtis Brown, Ltd - Agent

Noah Ballard is an agent at Curtis Brown, Ltd. He studied creative writing at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and began his career in publishing at Emma Sweeney Agency. Noah focuses on literary fiction, short story collections and narrative non-fiction, including memoir, journalism and pop culture.

Noah has appeared at graduate writing programs and writers’ conferences across the country speaking about query letters, building non-fiction platforms and submission etiquette. A New Jersey native, Noah currently lives in Brooklyn.

Acquiring: Horror, Literary, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Short Fiction, Thriller (All Types), Women’s Fiction, Essays & Articles, Book Length Projects (Biography, Pop Culture & Humor, Sports), Memoir.



JD DeWitt - 5x5 Productions - Agent

JD DeWitt is Director of Development at 5x5 Productions, which is a Literary Management and Production Company. After selling her talent agency in 2012, JD combined her passion of working with authors and her contacts in the entertainment world and began to connect writers with Hollywood. Her relationships span from the top five publishing houses to best-selling authors and screenwriters to production studios. Recent sales include: a feature film screenplay to the executive producer of the successful movie, I Can Only Imagine. Film rights of holiday rom-coms Mistletoe Bachelors and Mistletoe & Molly to Breakthrough Entertainment, and TV rights of HERESY to the executive producer of Clueless and The Kingkiller Chronicle. 

As a literary manager, JD cultivates relationships with talented writers and helps them develop their material for Hollywood executives.  

5x5 is currently in production of Lesley McDaniel's faith-based rom-com and Tracie Peterson's mystery/suspense, HOUSE OF SECRETS.

JD is interested in acquiring completed material for television and for feature film. Open to any genre except children's and sci-fi/fantasy. Also open to accepting pitches on unpublished manuscripts.

 Acquiring: Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (Contemporary), Screenwriting, Thriller (All Types), and Women’s Fiction.


Olga Filina – The Rights Factory - Agent
After more than a decade as a sales manager and book buyer for both national and independent book store chains, Olga graduated Humber’s Creative Book Publishing Program and spent two years as a literary assistant at The Cooke Agency, until she found her perfect home (and family!) at TRF. While Olga will read anything that may set her book clubs on fire, she gravitates towards commercial and historical fiction, great genre fiction in the area of romance and mystery, non fiction in the fields of business, wellness, lifestyle and memoir and young adult and middle grade novels with memorable characters. In her spare time, Olga sits on library boards, organizes literary festivals and runs more book clubs than she can count.

Acquiring: Fiction (commercial, historical), Romance, Mystery, Nonfiction (business, wellness, lifestyle), Memoir, YA Fiction, Middle Grade.


Carolyn Forde – Transatlantic Agency - Agent

Previous to joining Transatlantic Agency as Senior Agent in early 2019, Carolyn was a literary agent and International Rights Director at Westwood Creative Artists for 14 years. She travels regularly to the London Book Fair and the Frankfurt Book Fair. She represents award-winning and bestselling authors, and has wide ranging tastes. She enjoys literary fiction, commercial women’s bookclub fiction, crime fiction, literary horror, literary memoir if the story is exceptional, narrative non-fiction by experts who can give a unique perspective on a fascinating topic, popular science and brave journalism. She’s not interested in memoirs about illness, spirituality or religion, high fantasy (knights and dragons) novels, books about behind the scenes in the film/tv world, novels about the military or the CIA. Otherwise, she knows it when she sees it!

Acquiring: Literary fiction, commercial women’s bookclub fiction, crime fiction, literary horror, literary memoir if the story is exceptional, narrative non-fiction by experts who can give a unique perspective on a fascinating topic, popular science and brave journalism.



Melissa Gaines - Victress Literary - Agent

Melissa Gaines is the Co-Founder of Victress Literary. She works closely with authors during each stage of the process, including the creative, to build long term working relationships. Genre bending ideas featuring a strong cast of characters is always at the top of her manuscript wish list. That wish list does not currently include Poetry, Novellas, Shorts, Cook Books, Traditional Westerns and Memoirs.

Acquiring: Fantasy (Urban), Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Romance (Contemporary, Paranormal), Science Fiction (Dystopian, Military), Thriller (All Types), Women’s Fiction, Book Length Projects (Cooking, Events, Lifestyle, Pop Culture & Humor), YA Fantasy (Urban), YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Science Fiction, YA Thriller, YA Book Length Projects (Cooking, Events, Lifestyle & Games, Pop Culture, Science & Nature).


Elizabeth Kracht – Kimberley Cameron & Associates

Elizabeth Kracht joined Kimberley Cameron & Associates in the fall of 2010.  She represents both literary and commercial fiction as well as nonfiction, and brings to the agency experience as a former acquisitions editor, freelance publicist and writer. In fiction, she represents literary, commercial, women’s, historical, thrillers, and mysteries. In nonfiction, she is interested in finding narrative/creative nonfiction, voice- or adventure-driven memoir, spirituality, sexuality, self-help, prescriptive, science, true crime, investigative journalism, and pet stories.

Acquiring: Literary, Commercial, Women's Fiction, Historical, Thrillers, Mysteries, Nonfiction (narrative/creative, sexuality), Memoir (voice or adventure-driven), Spirituality, Self Help, prescriptive, science, true crime, investigative journalism, and pet stories.


Anna Knutson Geller  - Write View - Agent

Anna Knutson Geller has nearly twenty years of experience in the publishing industry, ranging from editor to literary scout to rights director to agent. She founded Write View, a literary agency with a focus on practical and creative nonfiction, spirituality, and inspirational memoir, in 2016. Anna began her publishing career in Paris, working as an assistant at the literary agency Agence Michelle Lapautre and as a junior editor at Editions Plon. In 2008 she moved to New York to join Maria B. Campbell Associates, where she scouted books for international publishers as well as for Warner Bros. As Director of Foreign and Subsidiary Rights at The Book Group, she negotiated translation, film, and audio deals on behalf of bestselling authors such as Joshua Ferris, Paula McLain, Celeste Ng, and Helen Simonson. She has been on the faculty of the Columbia Publishing Course since 2011.

Acquiring: Inspirational & Spiritual, Book Length Projects ( Lifestyle, Self Help), Memoir (Inspirational)


Rachel Letofsky - CookeMcDermid Agency - Agent

Rachel Letofsky is a graduate of both the Humber Creative Book Publishing Program and the University of Toronto, where she specialized in English literature. She joined The Cooke Agency in 2010 and is currently an Associate Agent for the newly merged Cooke McDermid Agency. She frequently travels throughout Canada and the US to various writer’s festivals and literary events such as Bloody Words, PNWA, CanSCAIP, SiWC, VWF, MUSE & the Marketplace, WWC, WRITE on the River, NorthWords and Quick Brown Fox Writer’s Workshops to take part in quick-pitch sessions, moderate panels and host workshops for authors. She has been a judge for the HarperCollins Canada/UBC Prize for Best New Fiction since its inception in 2013.

Rachel is actively seeking ground-breaking and heart-breaking middle grade and YA titles in all genres. She recently moved to the Pacific Northwest and is actively involved in SCBWI events near the Portland, Oregon area as much as possible. She is drawn to works with a whimsical nature or a grounded, gritty edge in equal measure, though in either instance, unforgettable characters and original concepts are a must. In non-fiction, Rachel is looking for narrative-driven memoirs, in the adult or young adult categories, and anything quirky and life affirming. Rachel is particularly committed to working with previously unpublished authors in a focused, collaborative and hands-on manner.

Acquiring: Historical, Literary, Middle Grade, YA Fantasy, YA Historical, YA Horror, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Science Fiction, YA Thriller, YA Western, YA Book Length Projects (All Types), YA Memoir.


Robin McLain - 5x5 Productions - Agent

Prior to co-founding 5x5 Productions, Robin worked in management and operations for more than 20 years, the last 10 of which were as Director of Operations & Finance for 5x5 Media Inc, a production company focused on reality TV.  Over the years, Robin has cultivated key relationships in the media business, including with studios, producers and agents in Hollywood and in the growing media market in the Pacific Northwest.

In partnership with JD DeWitt, Robin helps 5x5 Productions identify and team up with extraordinary authors to bring their amazing stories to viewing to life, in both television and film.

Acquiring: Fantasy (All Types), Horror, Science Fiction (All Types), YA Fantasy, YA Horror, YA Science Fiction.


Shannon Orso - Victress Literary - Agent

Shannon Orso is the Co-Founder of Victress Literary. She prefers a very hands-on approach to the agent/author relationship and loves to be a part of a story from the ground up. She is looking for a vast array of genres, so if in doubt pitch it. This does not include Memoirs, Middle Grade, Children's Books, Short Stories, Novellas or Poetry.

Victress is looking for stories with strong female characters and voices, especially those stories that offer social relevancy.

Acquiring: Fantasy (All Types), Mystery/Suspense (Detective, Paranormal), Romance (All Types), Science Fiction (All Types), Thriller (All Types), YA Fantasy, YA Horror, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Thriller.


Jessica Papin - Dystel Goderich and Bourret - Agent

Jessica Papin is a literary agent with Dystel Goderich and Bourret, LLC. She first joined DG&B in 2003, after spending eight years as an editor at Warner Books (now Grand Central). In 2004, she moved to Egypt, where she spent three years working for the American University in Cairo Press. Upon her return to the United States, she rejoined DG&B. With a background on both sides of the desk, she loves working collaboratively with clients to shape and refine their work. Her stay in the Middle East has given her an abiding interest in the history and politics of the region, as well as the broader Islamic world. She is interested in plot-driven literary and smart commercial fiction, and narrative non-fiction across a range of subjects, including history, medicine, science, economics, and women’s issues. In every case, she looks for passion, erudition, and storytelling skill. A wry sense of humor doesn’t hurt.

 Acquiring: Literary, Mainstream, Book Length Projects (All Types)



Rita Rosenkranz - Rita Rosenkranz Literary- Agent

A well-established agent, who began her career as an editor at major publishing houses, Rita Rosenkranz represents almost exclusively adult non-fiction titles. Her wide-ranging list includes health, history, parenting, music, how-to, popular science, business, biography, sports, popular reference, cooking, writing, humor, spirituality, illustrated books and general interest titles. She represents first-time as well as seasoned authors, and looks for projects that present familiar subjects freshly or lesser-known subjects presented commercially. Rita works with major publishing houses, as well as regional publishers that handle niche markets. 

Representative titles include Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories from the Underground Railroad by Betty DeRamus (Atria Books; best-seller, optioned by NBC for an 8-part series), Olive Trees and Honey: A Treasury of Vegetarian Recipes from Jewish Communities Around the World (Wiley; James Beard Award winner) by Gil Marks; 29 Gifts: How a Month of Giving Can Change Your Life by Cami Walker (Da Capo Press; New York Times bestseller, MS Awareness Award Winner, Books for a Better Life), and A Mind for Numbers: How to Excel at Math and Science (Even if You Flunked Algebra) by Barbara Oakley, Ph.D. (Tarcher).

She is a member of the Association of Authors' Representatives (AAR), The Authors Guild, and Women's Media Group.

Acquiring: Book Length Projects (All Types, Business, History, General Interest), Memoir.



Regina Ryan - Regina Ryan Books- Agent

Regina Ryan has been the head of her own independent literary agency company for over 40 years, handling only nonfiction, principally adult but some juvenile.  Her areas of interest are wide-ranging and eclectic and include narrative nonfiction, natural history (particularly birds), popular science (particularly the brain), the outdoors, gardening, women’s issues, parenting, psychology, business, health, wellness, self-improvement, lifestyle, history, food, travel, popular reference and a limited amount of memoir.  Among the authors she represents are Andrea Warren, Anita Sanchez, Donald Kroodsma, Nathan Pieplow, Randi Minetor, Peter Meltzer, Kurt Stenn, Andrea Lyon and David and Kathryn Deardorff.  She loves good stories, good writing, and anything that offers a fresh understanding of the way things work.

Acquiring: Book Length Projects (Biography, Cooking, Events?, Lifestyle, Pop Culture & Humor, Science & Nature, Self Help), Memoir, Children’s Picture Books, Middle Grade, YA Book Length Projects (All Types), YA Memoir.



John Rudolph - Dystel Goderich and Bourret - Agent

John Rudolph joined Dystel, Goderich & Bourret in 2010 after twelve years as an acquiring children’s book editor. On the adult side, he is primarily interested in narrative nonfiction, especially in music, sports, history, popular science, “big think”, performing arts, health, business, memoir, military history, and humor. He reps a very limited amount of literary and commercial adult fiction as well. On the children’s side, he is keenly interested in middle-grade and young adult fiction, children's nonfiction for all ages, and he would love to find the next great picture book author/illustrator.

Acquiring: Graphic Novels, Horror, Literary, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Science Fiction (All Types), Thriller (All Types), Western, Book Length Projects (All Types), Memoir, Children’s Picture Book, Children’s Chapter Books, Middle Grade, Fantasy, YA Graphic Novels, YA Historical, YA Horror, YA Inspirational/Spiritual, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Science Fiction, YA Thriller, YA Western, YA Book Length Projects, YA Memoir.



Jennifer March Soloway - Andrea Brown Literary - Agent

JENNIFER MARCH SOLOWAY is an associate agent with the Andrea Brown Literary Agency. Although she specializes in children’s literature, Jennifer also represents some adult fiction, both literary and commercial, particularly crime, suspense and psychological horror. Regardless of genre, she is actively seeking new voices and fresh perspectives underrepresented in literature. Jennifer is actively building her client list and welcomes queries to To learn more about Jennifer, follow her on Twitter, @marchsoloway, and find her full wish list at

Acquiring: Horror, Mystery/Suspense (Detective, Psychological), Thriller (All Types), Women’s Fiction, Children’s Picture Books, Middle Grade, YA Fantasy (Grounded in our world), YA Graphic Novels, YA Historical, YA Horror, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Thriller, YA Western, YA Book Length Projects (Biography, Events, Lifestyle & Games, Pop Culture & Humor, Science & Nature). 



Gordon Warnock - Fuse Lit - Agent

Gordon Warnock is a founding partner of Fuse Literary, serving as a literary agent and the editorial director of Short Fuse Publishing. His nonfiction tastes are broad, and he especially enjoys self-help, pop-culture, current events, business, and memoir for adults through YA. His fiction list includes high-concept suspense, women’s fiction, and contemporary literary fiction for adults through YA. He also represents graphic novels and verse novels for adults through MG.

His client list is an even balance of seasoned veterans and promising new voices including local authors Amber Cowie, Anna Quinn, and Robert V. Taylor.

 Acquiring: Graphic Novels, Literary, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (Commercial Suspense), Women’s Fiction, Book Length Projects (All Types), YA Graphic Novels, YA Memoir.



Carlisle Webber - Fuse Lit - Agent

Carlisle Webber refused to major in English in college because she didn’t think there was anything fun to read on the required lists. She is seeking high-concept commercial fiction of any genre for MG and YA, and for adults in the genres of mystery, thriller, suspense, horror, women’s fiction, and pop/commercial fiction. If your book reads like a Shonda Rhimes show or could find a home on the CW network, she could be the agent for you. In her spare time, she runs, does MMA, and listens to a lot of classic rock.

 Acquiring: Horror, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (Detective), Thriller (Legal), Women's Fiction, Middle Grade, YA Fantasy (Contemporary Magical Realism), YA Horror, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Thriller.



EDITORS – Listed in alphabetical order


Rachel Diebel - Feiwel & Friends - Editor

Rachel Diebel is an assistant editor at Feiwel & Friends, where she works on middle grade and young adult novels of all genres. She got her start in publishing at St. Martin’s Press, where she worked with her supervisors on bestselling authors like Kristin Hannah and the Instagram poet Atticus. She holds a Masters in Publishing from Pace University. Rachel is originally from the Pacific Northwest and now lives in Brooklyn. You can contact her at

Acquiring: Children's Picture Books, Children's Chapter Books, Middle Grade, YA Fantasy, YA Graphic Novels, YA Historical, YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance (Romantic Comedy), YA Thriller.



Meghan Farrell - Tule Publishing - Editor

Meghan Farrell is the Managing Editor for Tule Publishing Group, an independent publisher located in Southern California. She became the Managing Editor in 2014 and oversees and coordinates the development of the company’s imprints, production, subrights, editorial and marketing departments. Meghan graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a BA in Psychology. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for travel, a good cup of coffee and, of course, a great book!

Acquiring: Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Romance (All Types), Thriller (All Types).




Bunmi Ishola - Sourcebooks - Editor

Raised in Texas and Nigeria, Bunmi Ishola spent most of her childhood reading. She thought she wanted to be an author, but Nigerian practicality forced her to pursue journalism instead (which still wasn't practical enough for most of the Nigerian adults in her life). She studied English and journalism at Texas A&M University, and later got a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University. After working for World Literature Today, The Norman Transcript, The Dallas Morning News, and CURE magazine, Bunmi left journalism to teach middle school social studies and English. After seven years in the classroom, she decided to go back to take a chance and find a job working with her biggest passion: books. She is now part of the children’s editorial team at Sourcebooks. She also serves as a board member and the Editor-Writer Mentorship Chair for The Word, a Story Telling Sanctuary.

 Acquiring: Graphic Novels, Historical (General), Mainstream, Women’s Fiction, Children’s Picture Book, Children’s Chapter Book, Children’s Middle Grade, YA Graphic Novels, YA Historical (General), YA Literary, YA Mainstream, YA Romance, YA Essay & Articles, YA Book Length Projects (All Types), YA Memoir.



Eilidh MacKenzie- Wild Rose Press - Editor
Eilidh MacKenzie took the scenic route to the publishing world, but it turns out studying and working in many fields is an advantage to an editor. So is living in multiple countries and learning multiple languages. Underlying it all is a lifelong preoccupation with words, punctuation, and grammar. Her favorite lesson in grade five was diagramming sentences. All the relationships in the sentence became so clear! 

Eilidh lives in Nova Scotia with her own hero, Britt, and caters to their furry friend, Flora.


Acquiring: Fantasy (All Types), Historical (General), Horror, Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Science Fiction (All Types), Short Fiction, Western, Women’s Fiction, Erotica, YA Fantasy, YA Historical (General), YA Horror, YA Mainstream, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Science Fiction, YA Thriller, YA Western.



Gabriella Mongelli - Putnam - Editor

Gabriella Mongelli joined Putnam in 2018. She is interested in literary and commercial fiction, as well as nonfiction including memoir, cultural criticism, essay collections, and history and biography. Drawn towards a compelling voice and strong plot, she is excited about stories that balance the complexities of culture, grapple with intimacy and its complications, and explore the depth of representation within experience. Prior to joining Putnam, she worked in editorial at Little, Brown and Company and received an undergraduate degree from Vassar College.

 Acquiring: Historical, Literary, Mainstream, Short Fiction, Book Length Projects (Biography, Lifestyle, Pop Culture & Humor) and Memoir (Literary)




Lynn Price - Behler Publications - Editor

Since 2003, Behler Publications ( ) has been publishing critically acclaimed memoir about everyday people who end up doing extraordinary things due to a pivotal event that alters their perspective about life. We seek stories where readers say, "I'm a better/more thoughtful/smarter person for having read this book."

Bestsellers include Jan’s Story, by CBS journalist Barry Petersen; Finding Dad by Emmy Awarding winning and Better Connecticut TV host Kara Sundlun; Fancy Feet, by PNWA attendee Heidi Cave, and The Chicken Who Saved Us: The Remarkable Story of Andrew and Frightful, by PNWA attendee Kristin Adams.

Acquiring: Book Length Projects (Biography, Events, Lifestyle, Self Help), Memoir



Frances Sevilla- Wild Rose Press - Editor
Wild Rose Press editor, Fran Sevilla, has worked as an editor and coach with for over ten years. Her responsibilities include everything from taking submissions to  up to the final galley approval. Her proudest accomplishments have been working on and with several award winning, best-selling books, and USA Today and NY Times best-selling authors.

Writing fiction as best-selling author, Eliza March, she has also written for three small presses and is independently published in several genres, from erotic romance to light-hearted paranormal suspense.


Acquiring: Fantasy (All Types), Historical (General), Mainstream, Mystery/Suspense (All Types), Science Fiction (All Types, Dystopian, Space Opera), Short Fiction, Thriller, YA Fantasy, YA Mystery/Suspense, YA Romance, YA Science Fiction, YA Short Fiction (Romance), YA Thriller, YA Western



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