Women’s Fiction

This is a growing list of literary agents who represent women’s fiction, both from established and debut fiction writers. Women’s fiction literary agents.

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21st Free “Dear Lucky Agent” Contest: Women’s Fiction

In celebration of my three new books released this past fall, I’m going to waste no time in bringing you yet another awesome & free Dear Lucky Agent Contest. All details below. When Clowns Attack: A Survival Guide is an anti-clown humor book that teaches you how to defend yourself against these red-nosed bozos who plague...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Rachel Burkot of Holloway Literary

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Rachel Burkot of Holloway Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.     About Rachel: Rachel Burkot of Holloway Literary has been in the publishing industry since 2009. After completing...

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How I Got My Agent: Camille Griep

**GIVEAWAY! Camille is excited to give away a free copy of her novel to a random commenter. Comment within 2 weeks.** Camille Griep, author of LETTERS TO ZELL, shares her quest to obtain an agent and get published.

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New Literary Agent Alert: Laura Mamelok of Susanna Lea Associates

She is seeking: Laura is primarily interested in literary fiction, high-end commercial fiction, women’s fiction, literary crime/thrillers, and young adult fiction with crossover appeal. On the nonfiction side, she is looking for narrative nonfiction, current affairs/journalism, memoir, and humor. She's drawn to international stories and settings, in both fiction and nonfiction. Above all, she...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Danielle Burby of HSG Agency

She is seeking: young adult, mystery, women's fiction, and an occasional fantasy. She gravitates toward stories with a strong voice and particularly enjoys complex female characters, narratives that explore social issues, and coming-of-age stories. Genres that appeal to her include contemporary YA, medieval fantasy, historical fiction, cozy mysteries, and upmarket women’s fiction. She finds...

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Get to Know Literary Agent Jennifer Chen Tran, Who Just Moved to Fuse Literary

"I'm looking to acquire literary fiction, commercial fiction, women’s fiction, upmarket fiction, contemporary romance, mature Young Adult, New Adult, suspense/ thriller and select graphic novels (adult, YA or MG). As a second-generation Taiwanese-American, I am particularly interested in voices from underrepresented and marginalized communities, strong and conflicted female characters, war and post-war fiction, and...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Jennifer Johnson-Blalock of Liza Dawson Associates

Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Jennifer Johnson-Blalock of Liza Dawson Associates) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.   About Jennifer: Jennifer Johnson-Blalock joined Liza Dawson Associates as an associate agent in 2015, having previously interned...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Cara Mannion of Harold Ober Associates

Currently Looking For: Mainly YA and adult commercial fiction, including romance (and all its subgenres), historical fiction, women’s fiction, paranormal, science fiction, horror, mysteries and thrillers. Limited interest in nonfiction includes humor and biography. Cara particularly enjoys strong female protagonists, juicy love triangles, subversive conspiracy plots, and opening lines that make you want to...

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New Literary Agent Alert: Caitie Flum of Liza Dawson Associates

Caitie is seeking: Commercial and upmarket fiction with great characters and superb writing, especially historical fiction, mysteries/thrillers of all kinds, magical realism, and book club fiction; historical fiction with unusual perspectives and stories told in a unique way; police procedurals, cozy mysteries, psychological thrillers, and amateur sleuths, especially those with series potential; book club/women’s...