New Agent Alert: Kat Salazar of Larsen-Pomada Literary Agents

About Kat: Kat Salazar joined Larsen-Pomada Literary Agents in February 2011 as an intern for the agency working directly for agency co-founder Elizabeth Pomada. Previously she worked for University of Washington Press as a Marketing Assistant and held internships at University of California Press, HarperOne of Harper Collins, and Wales Literary Agency. She is seeking: Kat is actively looking for young adult, middle grade, and children's picture books. For adult audiences, she is interested in literary fiction and urban fantasy.
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Editor's Note: Kat is no longer agenting at LP as of July 2012.

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About Kat: Kat Salazar joined Larsen-Pomada Literary Agents in February 2011 as an intern for the agency working directly for agency co-founder Elizabeth Pomada. Previously she worked for University of Washington Press as a Marketing Assistant and held internships at University of California Press, HarperOne of Harper Collins, and Wales Literary Agency. Currently, she is the Publishing Assistant at Red Wheel/Weiser/Conari Press as well as the agency's newest Associate Agent and the San Francisco Writers Conference Social Media Coordinator. Kat earned a BA degree from University of Washington, double majoring in English: Literature and Communications: Journalism. For more about Kat you can follow her on Twitter at @KatLovesBooks or read her blog: www.KatLovesBooks.blogspot.com.

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She is seeking: Kat is actively looking for young adult, middle grade, and children's picture books. For adult audiences, she is interested in literary fiction and urban fantasy.

How to submit: Please query her with the first 10 pages of your manuscript and a 1-2-page synopsis copied and pasted into the body of an e-mail to [email redacted because she is no longer agenting as of 2012]

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