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New Literary Agent Alerts: Jodell Sadler and Loretta Caravette of Sadler-Caravette Children's Literary

Jodell is seeking: Jodell is interested in YA, MG (especially funny) , fiction and nonfiction, book proposals, and picture books. She will also coach writers wanting to self publish. She simply loves a well-paced story that moves her between joy and tears. Loretta is seeking: Loretta specializes in MG fiction and early readers, and will focus on film rights management. Her academic article, Portrait of the Reader as a Young Child, was published in Children & Libraries: the Journal of the Association for Library Services to Children.

UPDATE: These agents are no longer accepting submissions.

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About Jodell: Jodell earned her MFA in Children's Writing from Hamline University. She is the author of Picture Book Lunch: 20 Tools for Pacing and Writing Picture Books to Wow, and has produced five Writer's Digest University Tutorials on Children's Writing. Her published articles include "Picture Book Pacing: Verbal and Visual Tools for Writers, and Picture Book Pacing: The ultimate 20 editing tools for your work," in the Children's Writer's & Illustrator's Market, 2011 and 2013, respectively.

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Jodell is seeking: Jodell is interested in YA, MG (especially funny) , fiction and nonfiction, book proposals, and picture books. She will also coach writers wanting to self publish. She simply loves a well-paced story that moves her between joy and tears.

(Find more middle grade literary agents.)

How to contact Jodell:This agent is no longer accepting submissions.

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About Loretta: Loretta earned her MFA in Children's Writing from Hamline University. She was a television producer for twenty years, receiving an Emmy for "Ruth Page, Once Upon a Dancer," Cine Award for ABC AfterSchool drama "Love Hurts," and National Emmy nomination for music show, "Rhythm and Jam." Find Loretta on LinkedIn and Facebook.

Loretta is seeking: Loretta specializes in MG fiction and early readers, and will focus on film rights management. Her academic article, Portrait of the Reader as a Young Child, was published in Children & Libraries: the Journal of the Association for Library Services to Children.

(How many literary agent should a writer send their work to?)

How to contact LorettaThis agent is no longer accepting submissions.

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