Fantasy

Lauren Spieller @laurenspieller · Jul 6

I'm also looking for upmarket YA Fantasy. I'm a sucker for thoughtful and elegant prose, and deep (not wide) worldbuilding that feels effortless despite it's intricacies. Contemp fantasy, second world fantasy, whatever--it's all great, as long as it sweeps me away. #mswl

Susan Hawk @susanhawk · Jul 3

As I said yesterday, I'm opening to queries next Mon & tweeting my wishlist this week. First up: a dark, creepy Fantasy for older MG readers – I love Joan Aiken, Franny Billingsley, Holly Black, Francis Hardinge, Laini Taylor. If you’re writing like this, I want to read! #MSWL

Kelly *Screaming Moonlight* @LitAgentKelly · Jul 1

You know what'd be cool to see more of in YA Fantasy? Mythologies no one has read before, like the hundreds of Native American tribes, or the 54 countries and thousands of tribes within Africa, or Haittian or Persian or Hittite. Something that can open our eyes and minds. #MSWL

Lynnette Novak @Lynnette_Novak · Jun 28

If I missed your #SFFpit pitch, send query & 1st 5 pages in body of email: querylynnette (at) theseymouragency (dot) com. Adult: fantasy, thriller, contemporary romance, rom-com, mystery & sci-fi. YA: fantasy, sci-fi, horror, contemporary, thriller, historical & mystery. #MSWL

Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween · Jun 27

#MSWL an incredibly lush, romantic YA fantasy; novels with "evil boyfriends" (think Damon Salvatore); romantic comedies; millennial focused non-fiction, ripped from the headlines historicals

Ashley Wyrick @ashley_wyrick · Jun 27

Somebody please send me a YA dark fantasy with elements of romance. I'm really craving some tension and angst. #MSWL Message me! 😊😊

Kaitlyn Johnson @kaitylynne13 · Jun 20

#MSWL Xena, but fantasy. YA or Adult (and yes, this INCLUDES shipping Gabriel πŸ˜‰)

Laura Crockett @LECrockett · Jun 18

Laura Crockett @LECrockett

Very specific: A, YA, or MG about a painter (or apprentice to, or child of) during the 1666 London Fire. Straight HF or hist fantasy #mswl

Currently listening to THE WEIGHT OF INK, which is about a female Jewish scribe in 1660s London. Talk about specific!

Send send send! 1660s England is FULL of amazing stories just waiting to be told. #mswl

Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween · Jun 14

#MSWL, adult edition: epistolary; multi-generational family saga; magical realism; contemporary fantasy; speculative; southern Gothic; millennial fiction; romantic comedy