BANNEKER BONES AND THE GIANT ROBOT BEES through January 31st
AN EMBER IN THE ASHES SIGNED GALLEY & T-SHIRT through February 16th
THE INQUISITOR'S MARK through January 31st
WOVEN through February 7th
Thank you, Casey! I just started following her blog.
Great post! Thank you!
That "Query Mistakes" blog post of hers is just great.
A few days ago I spent over an hour checking your backposts on agents who represent MG. Thanks so much for this one; I'll add her to my notes.
Kat sounds awesome though too bad she doesn't like high fantasy. But I'm definitely adding her to my list and will check out her blog.
Kat sounds great! I'm so glad you do these posts. It's a pain to find all the information on the web and you put it all together so perfectly.
Just wanted to add my blog post about signing with Kat:http://displacedyankeeinnc.blogspot.com/search/label/solsticeShe's excellent! So happy to see her profiled here :)
I'm adding her to my list. Thanks for profiling her. :D
Ah, great post this week! Interesting that she's looking for PBs, but NOT illustrators - people like her are few and far between.
Yeah! Another agent to possibly query. Thanks for this. Especially the links to her blog/preferences. Also, thanks for the intriguing post about Article 5. I love the idea behind the book and will have to look it up.
So much great information! Thank you!
hI casey! I LOOOOOVE your site! I am a newbie to this industry and I am not sure if I am even being silly asking this question... But I checked this agents website and in the client agreement form it says: "The agency will pay for all expenses that arise in selling the author’s work, except photocopying the work; mailing it abroad; buying galleys and books; and legal assistance. The author must approve all expenses of more than $50 per occurrence."Is this a normal practice? Just wanted to ask in case I decide to query this agent.... Thank you.
Literary Night Cap,Not a silly question at all! It's been standard for a long time for the author to pay for photocopying and mailing and the like, though I think there's less of that now that so much is electronic. Legal assistance, if needed, is definitely at the author's (occasionally the publisher's) expense. The only one I'm not sure about is the galleys/books, but I'm assuming that's for any extra copies the author wants. Worth asking about if an offer comes along, but I think it all sounds pretty standard.
Thanks Casey! That helps a lot. Seriously YOU ARE THE BEST! I am sure you hear that a lot! xoxo!
She has disappeared from the L-P website, and her blog says she is now a publicist: http://katlovesbooks.blogspot.com/p/about-kat-salazar.html