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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.

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 http://writeforcoffee.blogspot.com.

Anne Tibbets

Anne Tibbets

(20 literary agents actively seeking writers and their writing.)

Currently 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.

Agent Alert: Anne Tibbets of D4EO Literary

How to Submit

E-mail Anne at anne@d4eo.com. Please include:

  • Category and genre (Adult or YA: SFF, Thriller, Horror, etc.)
  • Word count
  • One-three 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 six weeks for a response to queries before nudging. Anne reads every query. If you don't hear back from her in six weeks, please nudge.

Responds in four-six weeks to partial requests; six-eight weeks to full requests.

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