As of 2013, Brianne is no longer agenting.
Do not query her.
Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Brianne Mulligan of Movable Type Literary Group) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
About Brianne: She was hired as an associate agent in 2010 at Movable Type Literary Group. Mulligan was most recently an associate editor at Razorbill, a young adult/middle grade imprint of Penguin. She began her career on the adult side, first at Random House’s Doubleday Broadway, then at Penguin’s Gotham Books, where she worked on several nonfiction titles that could sit comfortably in the teen section.
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She is seeking: high-concept YA and middle grade fiction, along with select properties for adult readers of commercial fiction and nonfiction.
How to contact: [Brianne is no longer agenting].
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