New Agent Alert: Amanda Luedeke of MacGregor Literary

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Amanda Luedeke of MacGregor Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

 


About Amanda:
Amanda is a 2006 graduate of Taylor University’s Professional Writing program. Since her college graduation, Amanda has made her living as a full-time writer, freelancing for newspapers and marketing agencies as well as operating her own writing business. Amanda came on board with us a year ago as Chip’s assistant and is now a full agent.

She is seeking: childrens, YA, speculative, and post-college-aged fiction and nonfiction. Amanda will also be helping with foreign deals.

How to contact: E-query
amanda(at)MacGregorLiterary(dot)com.

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4 thoughts on “New Agent Alert: Amanda Luedeke of MacGregor Literary

  1. S. Kyle Davis

    If you submit to her, note that MacGregor is primarily (though not exclusively) focused on the CBA (Christian) market. It does say on the fore-posted link (thanks chuck!)that she takes on non-CBA clients, but it is something to bear in mind. So, if your book is riddles with language and sex, they probably aren’t going to take you on on principle. Just a guess.

  2. Jackie

    I’d like to know the same thing Marva. The site doesn’t have Amanda’s profile listed yet, either. Maybe they are in the process of updating?

  3. Marva

    MacGregor Lit’s submission page says:
    At this time we are not looking to add unpublished authors except through referrals from current clients.

    Is Amanda accepting queries from unknowns?

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