Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Jessica Negron of Talcott Notch Literary Services, LLC) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
About Jessica: “I attended University of New Haven, where I initially studied Forensic Science. After two years I came to the realization that, despite my love for titrations (and saying “phenolphthalein”), I could not possibly spend the rest of my life staring at the color pink (the most vile color in all the world) and I would much rather read The Crucible than ever have to handle one again. I made my escape to the English department, where waiting for me were a plethora of musty tomes and a comforting absence of fire. For five years I interned with various local publications in both an editorial and design capacity until finally I found a place with Talcott Notch.” You can follow Jessica on Twitter at @loladeee.
She is seeking: “I’m interested in all kinds of YA and Adult fiction, but lean toward science fiction and fantasy (and all the little sub-genres), romance (the steamier, the better), and thrillers.”
How to submit: E-query jnegron [at] talcottnotch.net. Paste the first 10 pages of your manuscript in the email after your query. Address your query to Jessica. “If four weeks have passed and you have not received a reply to your query, please email us with a reminder for a status update on your query. It’s faster and easier to include the original query with your reminder.”
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