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THE STAR-CROSSED QUEEN through May 21st
Agent Ronnie Ann Herman Query Critique Giveaway through May 28th
Agent Tina Wexler Query Critique and WAITING FOR AUGUSTA Giveaway through May 28th
THE MARKED GIRL through June 3rd
I’m here to help!
Every other Thursday I’ll spotlight an agent who represents children's and/or young adult literature. I’ll profile whatever I can find on them from what they’re looking for, to personal quotes, to interviews, to average (realistic) response times, to what other writers are saying about their professionalism, etc. as well as linking up their web presence into one post. How much information I find will rely heavily on the agent’s web presence, but my goal is to find enough information to help my fellow writers make informed decisions about the agents they're interested in without having to look too far.
You can help, too!
Please e-mail at agentspotlight(at)gmail(dot)com if you have any suggestions, requests, agent news, or information regarding an agent I've Spotlighted or will be Spotlighting in the future. I encourage everyone to contact me or leave a comment—good or bad, open or anonymous—about the agents you've had experience with.
Good luck in the query trenches and thank you!
Update as of January 1, 2016
Casey is on Sabbatical until further notice and Natalie is taking over agent spotlights. I will do them as I receive requests and time permits. They will be done in an interview with the agent being spotlighted and will include a query critique giveaway. These interviews will contain all the agent information you've come to depend on. Please e-mail me if you would like to be interviewed for an agent spotlight at natalieiaguirre7(at)gmail(dot)com. Like Casey, I encourage everyone to contact me or leave a comment about an experience you've had with an agent spotlighted or to update the agents profile.
Thanks so much! Good luck with your querying!
Posted by Casey Something on Wednesday, March 04, 2009