Graphic Novel Agents

A collection of literary agents who represent graphic novels. Learn how to submit work to them, and hear from agented graphic novelists.

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Literary Agent Spotlight: Mark Gottlieb of Trident Media Group

He is seeking: In fiction, he seeks Science Fiction, Fantasy, Young Adult, Comics, Graphic novels, Historical, History, Horror, Literary, Middle Grade, Mystery, Thrillers and New adult. In nonfiction, he seeks Arts, Cinema, Photography, Biography, Memoir, Self-help, Sports, Travel, World cultures, True crime, Mind/Body/Spirit, Narrative Nonfiction, Politics, Current affairs, Pop culture, Entertainment, Relationships, Family, Science,...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Allison Devereux of Wolf Literary Services

She is seeking: Allison is looking for literary and upmarket commercial fiction with fresh, unique voices and tight prose. She enjoys stories set in familiar, relatable settings, with everyman characters who find themselves in unlikely, surprising, and unexpected situations. She is also passionate about magical realism (more real than magic), and idiosyncratic, picaresque characters. For...

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Literary Agent Interview: Melissa Flashman of Trident Media Group, LLC

“Agent Advice” (more than 150 interviews so far!) is a series of quick interviews with literary and script agents who talk with Guide to Literary Agents about their thoughts on writing, publishing, and just about anything else. This installment features Melissa Flashman of Trident Media Group, LLC. Melissa grew up in Kentucky, graduated from Wesleyan...

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Literary Agent Interview: Eric Ruben of Ruben Literary Agency

This installment features Eric Ruben of Ruben Literary Agency. An attorney with more than 20 years of experience, Eric has a B.A. in Political Science from Union College, and a J.D. from Yeshiva University’s Cardozo School of Law. His long career as an award-winning performer and writer, appearing in major motion pictures, television commercials,...

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Literary Agent Interview: Eddie Schneider of JABberwocky Literary Agency

This installment features Eddie Schneider of JABberwocky Literary Agency. He is seeking: literary fiction, science fiction and fantasy projects with a more literary emphasis, character-driven YA and middle-grade projects, humor/satire, and graphic novels. His nonfiction interests include history, science, narrative nonfiction, nature and ecology, and cultural/social issues.

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Literary Agent Interview: Bree Ogden of D4EO Literary (formerly Martin Literary Management)

This installment features Bree Ogden of D4EO Literary, formerly of Martin Literary Management. She received her MA in journalism with an emphasis in graphic design, photojournalism, and expository writing, then moved to the Seattle area where she entered the professional writing field. She is seeking: graphic novels and children's books. She is especially interested...

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Literary Agent Interview: Lauren MacLeod of The Strothman Agency

This installment features Lauren MacLeod of The Strothman Agency. She is seeking: Contemporary young adult & middle grade, narrative nonfiction for young adults, graphic novels, YA Dystopian with strong world-building, YA or MG contemporary romance or chick lit, and adult trade nonfiction on quirky subjects or people. She is currently especially drawn to YA &...

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Literary Agent Interview: Jason Yarn of Paradigm Agency

This installment features Jason Yarn of Paradigm Agency. He is seeking: Literary and commercial fiction in the areas of science fiction, chick lit, fantasy, humor/satire, historical fiction, young adult, thrillers/suspense, adventure, gay & lesbian, military/espionage, graphic novels, mystery, short story collections, and women’s fiction. For nonfiction, history, sports, celebrity, biography, food & lifestyle,...

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Agent Advice: Seth Fishman of Sterling Lord Literistic

UPDATE SEPT. 2010: Seth is now agenting with The Gernert Company. ————- “Agent Advice” (this installment featuring agent Seth Fishman of The Gernert Company) is a series of quick interviews with literary agents and script agents who talk with Guide to Literary Agents about their thoughts on writing, publishing, and just about anything else....