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New Agent Alert: Lauren Bittrich of Lucinda Literary

Literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Lauren Bittrich of Lucinda Literary) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.

Prior to joining Lucinda Literary, Lauren was an associate editor at Pen and Press, a writing and consultancy company, and a member of the editorial team at Flatiron Books, where she acquired The Unseen Body, by Dr. Jonathan Reisman, and edited What Is a Dog?, by Chloe Shaw, El Jefe, by Alan Feuer, and New York Times bestseller The Lincoln Conspiracy, by Brad Meltzer and Josh Mensch.

Lauren Bittrich

Lauren Bittrich

(20 Literary Agents Actively Seeking Writers and Their Writing.)

Currently Seeking

Lauren is looking for upmarket and literary fiction, psychological thrillers, voicey memoirs and essay collections, and select YA with a focus on underrepresented voices. She's drawn to family sagas, stories with dark themes, and powerful narratives that encourage readers to confront difficult topics and realities. 

(5 Features for Writing Psychological Thrillers.)

Some of her favorite published titles include In The Dream House, Priestdaddy, No One Asked For This, My Dark Vanessa, The Other Black Girl, and Mexican Gothic.

How to Submit

writers can submit their work directly to Lauren via lauren@lucindaliterary.com or broadly to the team here.

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Novel Writing Virtual Conference

Lauren will be participating in our annual Novel Writing Virtual Conference in January, which includes instruction from six great novelists in addition to query critiques by literary agents and more.

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