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Agent Spotlight: Amy Jameson

This week's Agent Spotlight features Amy Jameson of A+B Works.
Status: Open to submissions.
amyAbout: “Amy began her career in New York with esteemed literary agency Janklow & Nesbit Associates, where she launched Shannon Hale’s career. She currently represents New York Times bestselling author Jessica Day George and a select crop of new authors. Amy loves children’s literature, and is actively seeking Middle Grade and Young Adult projects.” (Link)
About the Agency:
Two partners bring their respective expertise under one roof to help clients improve their writing, get published, and develop their personal brand. We think of your brand as a composite of every interaction people have with you, including your work, visual identity, and online/offline presence." (Link)
Web Presence:
A+B Works website.
Facebook.
AgentQuery.
QueryTracker.
What She's Looking For:
Genres / Specialties:
MG and YA fiction and non-fiction
What She Isn't Looking For:
Thrillers, science fiction, and literary fiction
Editorial Agent?
Yes
Clients:
Dan Austin, Karen Day, Jessica Day George, and Kathleen Reid.
Query Methods:

E-mail: Yes (only).
Snail-Mail: No.
Online-Form: No.
Submission Guidelines (always verify):
Send an e-mail query to query@aplusbworks.com or complete the online form on the agency website.
See the agency website for complete, up-to-date submissions guidelines.
Response Policy:
They do not guarantee a response due to the high volume of queries that they receive.
What's the Buzz?
Ms. Jameson is particularly interested in middle grade and young adult fiction but takes on very few new clients. She has a small, select list.
Worth Your Time:
Interviews:
None found.
Contact:
Please see the A+B Works website for contact and query information.
Profile Details:
Last updated: 4/12/19.
Last Reviewed By Agent? N/A.
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Have any experience with this agent? See something that needs updating? Please leave a comment or e-mail me at natalieiaguirre7@gmail.com

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15 comments:

Lisa Gail Green said...

Well based on that client list she sounds amazing! :D

Natalie Aguirre said...

Thanks for spotlighting Amy. I'm excited because she represents Shannon Hale and Jessica Day George.

K. L. Hallam said...

She and I have the same tastes. Nice. Onto the list you go, Ms. Amy Jameson. Thanks to you both for the interview. :)

The Pen and Ink Blogspot said...

I'm with Natalie on that comment. I love who she represents. I was hoping she's be a match for Lupe, but it doesn't sound like it.
Susan

Robyn Campbell said...

Okay, garden, cooking, singing, and reading really great books! We're twinsies, Amy! *wink* (Of course folks run the other way when I start to sing. Hahahaha. The only ones who love my sing songys are my little doggy and my horses.

I am almost ready to query my MG. *gulp* She's on my list. (Even though she takes very few new clients, who knows? Right?) *waving*

Rachna Chhabria said...

Amy sounds like a wonderful agent. Will add her to my list.

cleemckenzie said...

I hadn't heard of Amy. So great to know about her and her interests. Thanks to you!

Joylene Nowell Butler said...

Honestly, Amy looks way too young to have had so much fun. Best of luck, Amy. Thanks for the introduction, Natalie!

Kimberly Gabriel said...

Thanks for another great spotlight! I love learning more about agents I haven't researched yet.

Lydia Kang said...

Another great spotlight. :)

Unknown said...

Thanks for all the info on Amy. You're on my blogroll now, so I'll never miss a post or an update. You rock! :-)

Kristin Lenz said...

Thanks, Casey! I hadn't heard of Amy and her agency before this. I could swear Shannon Hale had a different agent before, but I see she's represented by Amy now. I wonder if she switched, or if I'm just not remembering correctly.

Anonymous said...

Shannon Hale is represented by Barry Goldblatt. I think Jameson may have represented Hale in her early works, but it is very misleading that she is still pictured on her site.

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crazycatslady said...

Middle grade fiction is the best. Not too long like adults books, but not too short and childish like picture books.

And a literary agent career sounds fascinating.