How to find the right agent for your fiction
This is a listing of the top literary agents willing to assist you in finding an opening. Find the right agent for the needs of your.
It can be difficult at times to know which agents are really interested in new writers and those who aren’t able to take the submissions. Literary agents are the gatekeepers. They select only the best material, and send it off to publishing houses or production houses to be reviewed. They are typically working and might not be able to read every submission. Agents are essential in this scenario by representing authors and selling their works. If you’re selling novels, it’s possible that you’ll need an agent.
Case Walker Literary Agency represents more than clients. The majority of the novels are non-fiction novels. Seeking new and established writers, the agency is particularly interested in fiction that falls into the following categories: ethnic, experimental, family saga, feminist, gay/lesbian, glitz, hi-lo, historical, humor/satire, literary, mainstream/contemporary, multicultural, multimedia, mystery/suspense, regional, short story collections, spiritual, translation, young adult, women’s.
She was employed by Warner as well as Sony Pictures before becoming an agent. She is interested in sign, biography/autobiography, cooking/foods/nutrition, crafts/hobbies, current affairs ethnic/cultural interests, gay/lesbian issues, government/politics/law, how-to, interior design/decorating, memoirs, nature/environment, photography, popular culture, science/technology, sociology, sports, true crime/investigative, women’s issues/studies. Fiction areas of interest: action/adventure, feminist, gay/lesbian, literary, mainstream/contemporary, mystery/suspense, thriller, women’s, Southern voices.
Prior to her present position the former Ms. Ferrari Adler worked for Sobel Weber Associates. Ms. Ferrari-Adler is a specialist in the genres of literary fiction, narrative fiction, as well as commercial fiction. The fields of memoir, history, women’s cookbooks, and cultural studies are the areas in which she is fascinated by in the field of non-fiction. Winifred Golden is always looking for literary fiction, suspense novels as well as thrillers, commercial fiction and other genres. If the writer is skilled and has a solid history, she’ll consider nonfiction. While her preferences in nonfiction vary but she’s particularly attracted to narrative nonfiction as well as medical.
Richard Brown is interested in these areas that include fiction with a religious view, nonfiction, short stories, novellas, and short stories. They are among his areas of expertise.
It’s a brief checklist of the things that you have to keep in mind when you contact agents about your job. Make sure you are thorough and be professional. Do not lose hope. It is possible to find the ideal person for you if you are willing to put in the effort.