Agent Alert: Anne Tibbets of D4EO Literary

New literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Anne Tibbets) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
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New literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Anne Tibbets) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list. Updated with new information on 6/7/2019.

About Anne:

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Anne Tibbets began her career as a screenwriter, author, and literary agency intern at D4EO, becoming a full-time agent in 2018 at Red Sofa Literary. Anne joined D4EO Literary in 2019 and is best found on Twitter @AnneTibbets and her blog at

What She's Seeking:

Anne represents adult and young adult science fiction and fantasy, thrillers, horror, historical, and mystery.

No middle grade, chapter, or picture books. No nonfiction, scripts, or self-published works.

How to Submit:

E-mail Anne at Please include:

  • Category and genre (Adult or YA: SFF, Thriller, Horror, etc.)
  • Word count
  • 1-3 paragraph "pitch"
  • Short author bio
  • Previously published titles (self-published counts)
  • 10-page writing sample within the body of the email (double-spaced, 12-point font)

Unrequested attachments will be deleted. Allow up to 6 weeks for response to queries before nudging. Anne reads every query. If you don't hear back from her in 6 weeks, please nudge.

Responds in 4-6 weeks to partial requests; 6-8 weeks to full requests.

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