Saturday, January 5, 2019

Half a dozen agents at Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency seek authors

The High Tide Club by
Mary Kay Andrews, represented by SKLA
Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency
6 East 39th Street
Suite 500
New York, NY 10016

The Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency {SKLA} is an independent New York literary agency representing a distinguished list of fiction and non-fiction authors, with an emphasis on narrative non-fiction and literary journalism.
Areas of interest include history, adventure, politics and current affairs, biography, science & natural history, technology & culture, business and memoir. Our fiction list includes authors of literary, commercial, and young adult fiction.
SKLA has five agents, and assistant agent, and all but one of them is open to queries.

Laura Usselman was recently promoted to literary agent, and like all new agents, she needs authors. Before joining SKLA, Laura earned her MFA in Fiction at Virginia Tech, where she taught composition and creative writing, and spent three years at Cambridge University Press. A native of Atlanta, she studied English and film at the University of Georgia. She lives with her family in Brooklyn.
Laura represents adult fiction and nonfiction and thoughtful narrative nonfiction for younger readers. Her fiction interests include character-centered fiction of all stripes, from the formally strange to the family saga. For nonfiction for adults, she is interested in restlessly curious idea books, and voice-driven memoir.
Query Laura at:
Include up to the first ten pages of your manuscript pasted into the body of the email. No attachments.

Aemilia Phillips joined Stuart Krichevsky Literary Agency in the fall of 2016 after completing the Columbia University Publishing Course. She graduated from Harvard University with high honors. Aemilia currently lives in Manhattan and is putting her English degree to good use in the world of publishing. Like all agents just starting out in the business, she needs authors. 
With interests in journalism, narrative nonfiction, and literary fiction, she looks for diverse, smart writing with an impactful story to tell.
Aemilia works closely with David Patterson and Mackenzie Brady Watson, but is beginning to build her own client list. 
Query Aemilia at:

Full submission guidelines here.

The best way to grow as a writer is probably with a weekly course. 
There are 5 courses starting this month (Details of all five here):
Exploring Creative Writing, Thursday afternoons, Jan 24 – April 5 (no class March 14), in Burlington. Details here.
Writing Kid Lit, Thursday evenings, Jan 24 – March 28 (no class March 14), in Oakville. Details here.
Intensive Creative Writing, Tuesday afternoons, Jan 22 – April 2 (no class March 12); first readings emailed Jan 15, in Burlington. Details here.
Intensive Creative Writing, Wednesday evenings Jan 23 – April 3 (no class March 13); first readings emailed Jan 16, in Burlington. Details here.
Intensive Creative Writing, Friday mornings Jan 25 – April 5 / 12 (10 or 11 weeks, no class March 13); first readings emailed Jan 16, in Toronto. Details here.
            Details of all 5 classes here.

Also coming soon: How to Build Your Story: Plotting novels & Writing short stories with guest author Hannah Mary McKinnon, Saturday, Jan 19 in Oakville (see here), Writing and Revising, Sat, Jan 26, in Caledon at the Bolton Library (see here), Writing with Style, Saturday, Feb 23, in Waterloo (see here) and Saturday, March 16, in Mississauga (see here), and How to Write a Bestseller with New York Times #1 bestselling author Kelley Armstrong (see here).
Moose near Arowhon Pines Resort, looking for a good read
 A weekend writing retreat:
Algonquin Writing Retreat, Friday, May 31 – Monday, June 3, 2019: four days in the luxurious isolation of Arowhon Pines Resort to get down to some real creative growth. Details here.

Spring courses:
Toronto: Welcome to Creative Writing, Friday afternoons, April 26 – June 28 (No class May 31). Details here.
Oakville Central Library: Personal Stories, Thursday evenings, April 18 – June 27 (No class  May 30). Details here.
Burlington: Intensive Creative Writing, Tuesday afternoons, 12:30 – 2:45; April 16 – June 25 (No class June 4 (10 weeks) . Details to come.
Burlington: Intensive Creative Writing, Wednesday afternoons, 12:30 – 2:45; April 17 – June 19. Details to come.
Georgetown: Intensive Creative Writing, Wednesday evenings, 6:45 – 9:00; April 17 – June 19. Details to come.
Toronto: Intensive Creative Writing, Friday mornings, 10:15 – 12:30 / 12: 45, April 26 – June 28. (No class May 31). Details to come.

To reserve a spot in any upcoming weekly course, weekend retreat, or Saturday workshop, email Brian at:
Read reviews of Brian’s courses, retreats, and workshops here.

See Brian’s complete current schedule here, including Saturday writing workshops, weekly writing classes, and weekend retreats in Algonquin Park, Alliston, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Collingwood, Georgetown, Georgina, Guelph, Hamilton, Jackson’s Point, Kitchener-Waterloo, London, Midland, Mississauga, New Tecumseth, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, St. Catharines, Sudbury, Toronto, Windsor, Woodstock, Halton, Muskoka, Peel, Simcoe, York Region, the GTA, Ontario and beyond. 

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