Agent Alert: Kat Enright of the Seymour Agency

Kat Enright is an Associate Agent at the Seymour Agency seeking MG and YA of all genres, adult SFF, romance, and select nonfiction.
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 Kat Enright

Kat Enright

Bio:Kat Enright (she/they) is an Associate Agent at the Seymour Agency, and they represent both fiction and nonfiction. Prior to joining the Seymour Agency, they worked in a variety of departments in publishing, including Sales and Editorial, and they have a keen understanding of the many stages that a book must go through in order to reach bookshelves.

As someone who lives on the corner of many intersections, they are most especially interested in elevating voices of marginalized authors.

Currently Seeking: Kat is looking for fresh, new stories, and actively seeking MG and YA of all genres, adult SFF, romance, and select nonfiction.

How to Submit: Please query Kat at http://QueryMe.Online/KatEnright. You will be asked for a query letter, synopsis, and first 10 pages.

Kat Enright will be participating in the Pitch Slam at the 2019 Writer's Digest Annual Conference. Click here to learn more.

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