|At Death's Door by Sherrilyn Kenyon|
represented by Trident Media
Trident Media Group
355 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10017
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Trident Media Group is one of the largest and most diversified agencies in the world. Trident represents over 1,000 authors in a range of genres of fiction and nonfiction, many of whom have appeared on the New York Times Best Sellers Lists and have won major awards and prizes. For more than six consecutive years, Publishers Market Place ranked Trident number one for sales in North America. But Trident doesn’t just work with bestselling authors; it also takes on emerging authors.
The newest member of the team is Martha Wydysh. Martha is now co-agenting select titles with Executive Vice President of Trident Ellen Levine and is working to begin a client list of her own.
Martha Wydysh graduated from Cornell University with a B.A. in English literature and attended the Columbia Publishing Course in 2014. As an undergraduate, she spent a year at St. Anne’s College, Oxford University, studying British literature and creative writing and was a staff writer for the ’s Arts & Entertainment section.
Before coming to Trident, Martha worked as a literary assistant in subsidiary rights at a major agency, selling audiobook and serial rights for all clients at the agency. She came to Trident in 2016 to work as Magazine Rights Associate and Executive Assistant to Ellen Levine, and was promoted to Magazine/Audio Rights Associate, Co-Agent, and Executive Assistant in 2019.
At Trident, she loves placing short stories, book excerpts, articles, and essays with magazines and literary journals on behalf of Ellen’s clients and also selling audiobook rights to their work. She has placed work by Ellen Levine’s renowned clients with , , , , , , the , , , , The Cut and .
Martha is now developing a client list of her own and like any new agent, she needs authors. She is seeking literary fiction, upmarket commercial fiction, thrillers (psychological and domestic) as well as narrative nonfiction, memoir, and humor.
You can follow her on Twitter @mlwyd.
Query Martha through Trident’s online form here.
|Literary agent Martha Webb|
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Burlington: Exploring Creative Writing, Thursday afternoons, Jan 23 – March 19. Details here.
Oakville: Writing Personal Stories, Thursday evenings, Jan 23 – March 19. Details here.
Burlington: Next Step in Creative Writing, Tuesday afternoons, Jan 21 – March 31. 1st emailing Jan 16. Details here.
Burlington: Intensive Creative Writing, Wednesday evenings , Jan 15 – March 11. 1st readings emailed Jan 8. Details here.
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