New Literary Agent Alert: Mackenzie Brady of Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency

Update 2016: Mackenzie Brady Watson (Mackenzie Brady) is no longer agenting with New Leaf Literary and is now at Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency. Her submissions and contact info have been updated below. 

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

 

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About Mackenzie Brady: Mackenzie began her publishing career as an intern at Fine Print Literary Management and Farrar, Straus & Giroux. She was an agent with Charlotte Sheedy Literary Agency and New Leaf Literary & Media before joining SKLA in 2016. In addition to being an agent, Mackenzie is also the programming chair for BinderCon (a professional development conference for women and non-gender conforming writers). She grew up outside of Philadelphia and is a graduate of Penn State University.

Follow her on Twitter: @mackenziecbrady.

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She is seeking: Mackenzie focuses on narrative non-fiction for all ages and select Young Adult fiction. As a former research scientist, she has a great passion for science books, especially if they are historically driven or revolutionize current theory, as well as sociology, investigative journalism, food writing, memoir, health and wellness, and business books. She particularly appreciates work that sheds light on marginalized experiences and helps contribute to the cultural conversation. On the fiction side, she’s always on the lookout for an original voice and a lot of heart.

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How to submit: Please send a query letter and the first few (up to 10) pages of your manuscript or proposal in the body of an email (not an attachment) to mbwquery@skagency.com.

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