New Literary Agent Alert: Leila Campoli of Stonesong Literary

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



About Leila: Before joining Stonesong, she was most recently an editor at Palgrave Macmillan. Some of her previous titles include: Mark D. White’s The Illusion of Wellbeing, Gudrun Johnsen’s Bringing Down the Banking Industry, Deborah Gregory’s Unmasking Financial Psychopaths, and Matt Ragas and Ron Culp’s Business Essentials for Strategic Communicators.

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She is seeking: prescriptive and narrative nonfiction projects in business, finance, investing, science, pop culture, and current events. Her ideal author has a strong platform, groundbreaking ideas, and unique style. She’s particularly interested in books that offer a window into remarkable lives and little known operations. Please no fiction, poetry, or screenplays.

(Writing nonfiction? Hear submission advice from literary agents.)

How to submit: E-query submissions [at] Put “Query for Leila: [Title]” in the subject line of your email. No attachments. “If you have not received a request from us within 12 weeks, consider that we have passed.”

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