Science Fiction Agents

A database of literary agents for science fiction (sci-fi) writers and novelists. These agents accept queries from new writers.

New Literary Agent Alert: Margaret Bail of Inklings Literary

Margaret is seeking: adult fiction only. Specifically, she seeks romance, science fiction, thrillers, action/adventure, historical fiction, Western, fantasy (think Song of Fire and Ice or Dark Tower, NOT Lord of the Rings or Chronicles of Narnia). Please do not query with YA, MG, or children’s books. Also, Margaret does not seek...

New Literary Agent Alert: Paula Munier of Talcott Notch Literary

About Paula: Paula Munier comes to Talcott Notch Literary with broad experience creating and marketing exceptional content in all formats across all markets for such media giants as Disney, Gannett, Greenspun Media Group, and Quayside. She most recently served as the Director of Innovation and Acquisitions for Adams Media, a division...

New Literary Agent Alert: Nicole Resciniti of The Seymour Agency

She is seeking: romance, mainstream suspense, thrillers, mysteries, YA and inspirational novels are welcome. Also science fiction/fantasy novel and action/adventure. How to contact: nicole[at]theseymouragency.com. Send a one-page query pasted in the body of an e-mail. No attachments. Paste the first five pages of your manuscript into the bottom of your e-mail....

Literary Agent Interview: Eddie Schneider of JABberwocky Literary Agency

This installment features Eddie Schneider of JABberwocky Literary Agency. He is seeking: literary fiction, science fiction and fantasy projects with a more literary emphasis, character-driven YA and middle-grade projects, humor/satire, and graphic novels. His nonfiction interests include history, science, narrative nonfiction, nature and ecology, and cultural/social issues.

Literary Agent Interview: Roseanne Wells of Jennifer De Chiara Literary (formerly Marianne Strong Literary)

This installment features Roseanne Wells, an agent at the Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency (formerly Marianne Strong Literary Agency). An avid reader, she discovered her passion for book publishing during her internship at W.W. Norton and hasn't looked back. She is seeking: narrative nonfiction, science (popular or trade, not academic), health,...

Literary Agent Interview: Natalie Fischer of Bradford Literary (formerly Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency)

This installment features Natalie Fischer of the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency. She is seeking: Commercial fiction, with an emphasis in children’s literature (from picture book-YA/Teen), romance (contemporary and historical), historical fiction, multicultural fiction, paranormal, sci-fi/fantasy in YA or romance only, fairy-tale/legend spin-offs, and “beautiful dark” novels. She will also consider select memoir.