Agent Jordy Albert Puts Out a Call For YA, Mid Grade and New Adult

Literary agent Jordy Albert (The Booker Albert Literary Agency) recently reached out to me and asked for an agent spotlight. She wants to get the word out about how she is actively seeking young adult, middle grade and new adult submissions from new authors. Read on to see if she's a good fit for your work. About Jordy: Jordy Albert is a Literary Agent and co-founder of The Booker Albert Literary Agency. She holds a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University, and a M.A. from Millersville University of Pennsylvania. She has worked with Marisa Corvisiero during her time at the L. Perkins Agency and the Corvisiero Literary Agency. Jordy also works as a freelance editor/PR Director. She enjoys studying languages (French/Japanese), spends time teaching herself how to knit, is a HUGE fan of Doctor Who, and loves dogs. Find her on Twitter.
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Literary agent Jordy Albert (The Booker Albert Literary Agency) recently reached out to me and asked for an agent spotlight. She wants to get the word out about how she is actively seeking young adult, middle grade and new adult submissions from new authors. Read on to see if she's a good fit for your work.

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About Jordy: Jordy Albert is a Literary Agent and co-founder of The Booker Albert Literary Agency. She holds a B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University, and a M.A. from Millersville University of Pennsylvania. She has worked with Marisa Corvisiero during her time at the L. Perkins Agency and the Corvisiero Literary Agency. Jordy also works as a freelance editor/PR Director. She enjoys studying languages (French/Japanese), spends time teaching herself how to knit, is a HUGE fan of Doctor Who, and loves dogs. Find her on Twitter.

She is seeking:

  • Middle Grade: contemporary, fantasy, action/adventure, or historical.
  • YA: Open to pretty much any genre; however, she's looking especially for YA that has a very strong romantic element--or which romance plays an integral part in the plot).
  • New Adult romance and romance (again, open to pretty much any genre).

Submission instructions: Please send query and first 10 pages of manuscript pasted into the body of the email (no attachments please) to query@thebookeralbertagency.com

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