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The fourth of thirteen books in the Margo… More. Shelve Paige. Book 5. Adrienne Avila is an Editor at Berkley, a division of Penguin, where she acquires a range of nonfiction. She also likes books that play with language in an interesting, fun, or funny way. Her primary genre for consideration is realistic fiction, though she is also happy to look at historical fiction, fantasy, or science fiction with a strong character focus.
Annie was involved in many successful repackages including a Felix Salten line, new Anne of Green Gables books and the re-launch of Fablehaven. She was the editor for both the middle-grade and chapter book Nancy Drew and the middle-grade Hardy Boys series.
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She is looking for picture books with strong hooks and fun vibrant characters. I have also always loved school-based friendship stories.
She specializes in picture books, tween fiction, and contemporary teen fiction, and has worked with debut authors and bestselling authors alike, including Patricia MacLachlan, Michael Grant, Angie Sage, Patrick Carman, as well as seasoned and emerging illustrators, including Bob Staake, Sarah Massini, and Heather Ross. Sarah Blumenstock is an Associate Editor at Berkley, where she joined in Prior to joining Berkley she sold foreign and domestic rights for Penguin Young Readers.
She acquires commercial fiction and mysteries, particularly for women, as well as memoir, narrative, and pop culture nonfiction, and has a particular fondness for offbeat and dark edges.
Martin's Press, where she has worked since She works on a wide range of young adult fiction, including the new Fear Street books by R. She is especially interested in YA with crossover appeal. She maintains close relationships with the Mac Kids division and will happily refer MG and picture book projects to her colleagues in the Flatiron Building.
Prior to joining Berkley in August , she was a Vice President and Executive Editor at Bantam Dell, where her list included a wide variety of fiction and nonfiction titles in all formats.
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Brenda Copeland is an Executive Editor at St. Anna deVries is the Executive Editor at Picador. She acquires and edits a range of literary fiction and non-fiction. Mark Doten is Senior Editor at Soho Press, where he acquires crime fiction and the majority of the literary list. She is the editor of the Agatha Christie brand. Before joining HarperCollins, Julia worked at Penguin Random House for three years, with a focus on celebrity, humor, and politics. Chelsey Emmelhainz is drawn to smart, sophisticated fiction that challenges established norms.
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In addition to wanting projects with strong voice, Chelsey looks for page-turning, plot-powered fiction with compelling conflicts. Forthcoming fiction projects include: In the Valley of the Sun by Andy Davidson, a Western-set literary horror debut; Among the Lesser Gods by Margo Catts, an upmarket literary debut set in the mountains of Colorado; and The Wide Circumference of Love by award-winning author Marita Golden, a multicultural family drama. Chelsey joined the Skyhorse team in early from HarperCollins, where her previous list included bestselling authors, debut novelists, and everything in between.
She is on the look out for middle grade and young adult fiction, especially action or sports stories with strong characters. She also likes character-driven tales in the edgy fantasy and magical realism genres—anything that puts a new and surprising twist on things. Shauna Fay is Assistant Editor, G.
Shauna works on everything from picture books to young adult novels. While open to books for all ages, she is particularly interested in middle grade fiction with a strong voice magical realism always welcome!
She loves dark subject matter, literary science fiction and fantasy, subversive humor, and historical fiction featuring interesting people and events that history has glossed over. Her dream project would have a commercial pitch, literary writing, and a story that would really make her think. Well-written prose with a distinct voice is always critical.
Additionally, he is looking for picture books that are humorous and sarcastic in a sense that both parents and kids can appreciate, and more thoughtful, philosophical topics in picture books that are still accessible to young children. Erika Goldman , Publisher and Editorial Director of Bellevue Literary Press, has been an editor of fiction and nonfiction for over two decades at several major publishing houses in New York City, including St. Martin's Press in In a past life, she lived in Los Angeles and worked in development at Alloy Entertainment, packaging, adapting, and pitching books for films and TV shows.
Sarah is looking to acquire upmarket women's fiction, psychological thrillers and elevated mysteries, narrative nonfiction, and true crime with a literary edge. Pam Gruber has worked on everything from novelty and picture books to novels. She is currently an Editor acquiring for both Little, Brown Books for Young Readers and its Poppy imprint, focusing primarily on young adult novels aimed at girls ages 12 and up, as well as select middle grade projects. Michael Homler is an Editor at St. He has previously worked at the Poets House and Soho Press, and is primarily interested in literary fiction and narrative nonfiction, but has experience reading genre fiction as well—crime, sci fi, historical, and more.
She started her career in the contracts department before switching over to the editorial side, and is currently an Assistant Editor with Berkley. Her authors include Lorna Barrett and Tom Wood. Soho publishes between 60 and 80 titles a year under three imprints—Soho, Soho Crime and Soho Constable—and specializes in literary fiction and memoir, and mystery series set overseas.
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She is looking for smart, character-driven books, from picture books to young adult, fiction and nonfiction, with an emphasis on middle grade and teen novels. Allison Janice is an Assistant Editor at the Berkley Books Group of Penguin Random House and a graduate of Emerson College, where she spent a few years trying to figure out how to turn her love of reading into a career. She is a New England transplant currently residing in Brooklyn. Lyssa also acquires selected non-fiction, with interest in memoir and narrative nonfiction with a commercial slant.
Lyssa is also currently in the process of developing a popular science book with biologist Daniel Riskin, PhD for acquisition. He has been on both sides of the industry as an editor and agent, and has specialized in non-fiction in both capacities. Samantha Martin acquires fiction, memoir, narrative nonfiction, and select parenting titles for Scribner.