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New Literary Agent Alert: Nadeen Gayle of Serendipity Literary Agency

Categories: Chuck Sambuchino's Guide to Literary Agents Blog, Fiction Agents, Literary Agent, Memoir Agents, Mystery Agents, New Agency Alerts, Nonfiction Agents, Romance Agents, Thriller Agents, What's New, Women's Fiction, Young Adult Literary Agents.

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Nadeen Gayle of Serendipity Literary Agency) 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 Nadeen: After representing clients in law for over 7 years, Nadeen Gayle brings her zeal for representation and championing voices to book publishing. Prior to graduating from Hofstra law school, Nadeen majored in English with a Mass Communications minor at Clark Atlanta University and was a very active participant in the English department’s annual Writers Conference. After receiving her BA in English, Nadeen taught briefly in the Atlanta public school system. Her short stint with students and parents in Atlanta shaped her focus with connecting to both children and adults after which she worked as counsel for Administration for Children Services. As a parent herself, Nadeen’s work with children and parents shapes her dual interest in both YA and Adult titles.

(Hear a dozen agents explain exactly what they want to see the slush pile. See if your work is a match.)

Nadeen’s law career was not without its share of great stories. Her love for entertainment and media took her to Court TV where she worked as a production assistant during its heyday. She is a big fan of narratives that are seamlessly written yet with ideas that might be stripped from the headlines. In addition, her experience in the Congressional Black Caucus Boot-Camp training furthered her interest in politics and the deal behind the deal.

She is seeking: Romance, Memoir, Pop culture, Inspirational/Religious, Women’s Fiction, Parenting, Young Adult, Mystery and Political Thrillers, and all forms of Nonfiction.

How to submit: This agency likes submissions through its online forms.

  1. Fiction submission form.
  2. Nonfiction submission form.
  3. Children’s books submission form.

 

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