Special Offer Critiques with
Acquiring NY Editor(s) and List Building Agent(s)-
$99 – $114
Want a critique with an agent or editor? Haven’t gotten one at your last conference or workshop for one reason or another? This special offer is for you.
You can have a full picture book manuscript critique or the first 10 pages and your 1-page synopsis of your MG or YA manuscript (fiction, non-fiction, or prose).
Right now, we are featuring two editors and one agent. Not only can you get the feedback you’ve been craving, if your work is there, you can possibly have a door open that you haven’t been able to penetrate.
You will get editorial notes and line edits in the track changes.
About the Editor(s):
She has a master’s degree in Publishing: Digital and Print Media from NYU and has been at Random House Children’s Books for seven years. Books she has edited include 10 Things I Can See From Here by Carrie Mac, Lucy and Linh by Alice Pung, The Distance to Home by Jenn Bishop, and Duncan the Story Dragon by Amanda Driscoll. In her time at Random House she has been fortunate enough to work with many of her favorite authors, from R.J. Palacio and Markus Zusak to Anita Lobel and Norton Juster. She is always on the lookout for quirky humor, bright characters, and writers that don’t underestimate their readers. You can follow her on Twitter at @kellyunderwater.
Julia Maguire is an Editor at Knopf Books for Young Readers. Prior to that, she worked at Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers. She currently edits picture books and middle grade novels.
|Full Picture Book Manuscript Critique with an Editor|
Kelly Delaney $99.00 USD
Julia Maguire $99.00 USD
|Novel – 1st 10 pages and one page synopsis with an Editor|
Kelly Delaney $114 USD
Julia Maguire $114 USD
About the Agent(s):
Jess Regel, Agent with Foundry Media. Jess represents young adult and middle grade books, as well as adult fiction and nonfiction. In the nonfiction space, she represents memoir and pop culture, with an emphasis on female and diverse voices. She also represents children’s nonfiction and YA memoir.In the fiction space, Jess is passionate about discovering projects that are compulsive, contagious, and creative. She’s particularly interested in books that are “conversation starters,” novels that bridge the literary-commercial divide, combining a high-concept plot with beautiful writing, and voice-driven contemporary stories. She’s always looking for diverse characters that tell a story from a unique perspective, and through which we see the world differently. Jess is drawn to coming-of-age stories, ambitious women’s fiction, charming and stylized love stories, atmospheric magical realism, dark and twisty suspense, and genre-bending literary fiction. She is not looking for genre fiction, such as high fantasy, sci-fi, romance, westerns, chick lit, cozy mysteries, etc.
Originally from Iowa, Jess was working at her local library when she was offered a job at the Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency and packed up for New York City. She spent eleven years at the Naggar Agency before moving over to Foundry in 2013. Some of her books include: Amber Smith’s Bestseller (Simon & Schuster), Emily Danforth’s (Balzer + Bray), Pablo Cartaya’s The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora (Viking Children’s Books), Nora McInerny (Dey Street), Jillian Cantor’s (Riverhead), Bryn Greenwood’s New York Times Bestseller (MacMillan) and Elan Gale’s You’re Not That Great (Grand Central). Jess is a graduate of Hunter College with a degree in English Literature.
|Novel 1st ten pages and one page synopsis Critique- Available Agents:|
|Jess Regel $114.00 USD|