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Upcoming Agent Spotlight Interviews and Guest Posts w/ Debut Authors & Query Critique Giveaways

Agent Peter Knapp and Author Daniel Aleman Guest Post and Query Critique and Indivisible Giveaway on 5/5/2021

Tina Dubois Query Critique and How to Save a Queendom Giveaway on 5/10/2021

Joyce Sweeney Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 5/14/2021

Michelle Hauck Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 5/19/2021

Agent Maura Kye-Cassella and Author Sam Subity Guest Post and Query Critique and The Last Shadow Warrior Giveaway on 5/24/2021

Agent Janna Bonisowksi and Author Casie Bazey Guest Post and Query Critique and Not Our Summer Giveaway on 6/2/2021

Katherine Wessbecher Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 6/7/2021

Allison Hellegers Agent Spotlight Interview and Query Critique Giveaway on 7/26/2021

Agent Chloe Seager and Author Brianna Bourne Guest Post with query critique and You and Me at the End of the World Giveaway on 9/20/21

Agent Spotlight Updates

All agent spotlights and interviews have been updated as of 7/15/2020, and many have been reviewed by the agents. Look for them to be fully updated again in 2023.

Agent Spotlight: Quinlan Lee

Quinlan Lee has left agenting to pursue other interests. She is no longer with Adams Literary. Please direct queries to Josh or Tracey Adams.

8 comments:

  1. Wow! This agency sounds great, and so does Ms. Lee. Definitely one of my favorite Spotlights so far. Thanks!

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  2. Well, she definitely reps what I write, but the Adams website lists 78 clients. Isn't that a lot for just three agents?

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  3. Thanks so much, Casey, for another informative, in-depth profile! Ms. Lee sounds like a wonderful agent to be repped by. Looking forward to more of your awesome spotlights in the New Year!

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  4. Kathryn, 78 isn't bad for three agents. Some of the bigger, well known agents have 40-50 just on their own. It really depends on the authors/illustrators an agent is representing and how prolific those authors are. That will really determine how much any one agent can handle I think.

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  5. I had not heard about this agent. Thanks for the update.

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  6. Ms. Lee has reviewed her profile 06/14/2010.

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  7. Casey-so happy to see that you had a write up of Quinlan Lee. The agency sounds terrific, and Quinlan a real gem of an agent. (I look forward to meeting her when I give her a ride to the airport next month;)

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  8. Quinlan Lee has left Adams Lit. Anybody know what her plans are?

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