Reminder: New literary agents (with this spotlight featuring Eddie Schneider of JABberwocky Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
JABberwocky Literary has a new literary agent: Eddie Schneider.
Fiction areas of interest: Literary fiction, science fiction, fantasy, humor/satire, young adult.
How to contact: Send a query with a SASE. No e-mails. He's seeking projects with a greater literary emphasis to his tastes than is typical of many agents who represent authors in these genres. JABberwocky website.
Tips: "I like things that are dark, that break rules, and that possess wit and humor. I like being thrust into other cultures, and similarly, I go for books that draw me into other worlds that exist on their own terms. Strong, evocative writing is a must."
Prior to his current position, he was an agent with Folio Literary. Do not send Eddie any unsolicited mss. Query him through snail mail and include a SASE.
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