Literary Agents Seeking Authors

Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency Updates Submission Guidelines for Fiction/Nonfiction Book Authors

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Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency (Del Mar, California 92130) has posted updated submission guidelines for authors who want to submit a fiction or nonfiction book manuscript.

Right now the following literary agents are accepting unsolicited submissions via email.

Jill Marr: she represents commercial fiction, with a strong interest on mysteries, thrillers, romantic suspense and horror, women’s commercial fiction and historical fiction. She is also seeking non-fiction in the fields of history, sports, politics, current events, cookbooks, health & nutrition, pop culture, humor, music, and very select memoir.

Thao Le: Adult Sci-fi/Fantasy, Young Adult, Middle Grade, Romance, and Picture Books by authors who are also illustrators. For Adult and YA SF/F, she likes stories ingrained in mythology, fairytales, and legends. For contemporary YA, she’s looking for lively, heartfelt writing with an authentic teen voice.

Roz Foster: she represents nonfiction in the areas of politics, history, current affairs, business, technology, sociology, cultural studies, urban studies, science and design. She also represents literary fiction.

Jessica Watterson: she is actively building her list of authors who write in the genre of romance, especially historical, contemporary, romantic suspense, and paranormal. She is also seeking young adult fiction.

Writers will need to pitch a 1-page synopsis, a bio., and the first 10-15 pages of their manuscript. Learn how to pitch here


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