Myth

Lorin Oberweger @AuthorLor · 8 Feb 2017

Fearlessly feminist and funny YA; horror that makes use of unique cultures/mythologies; a heartbreaking literary MG. #MSWL

Laura Zats @LZats · 8 Feb 2017

SF/F based on African folklore/mythology, or set in an African-based world. #MSWL

Rena *THE SISTERS OF THE WINTER WOOD* Rossner @renarossner · 8 Feb 2017

Tell me your stories about Jewish history - the ones nobody knows. Jewish mythology and fantasy. Make it fresh and real #ownvoices #mswl

Beth Campbell @Campbele_E · 8 Feb 2017

In fantasy, I'm really interested in non-Eurocentric worldbuilding and magic/mythology. Especially #ownvoices authors. #MSWL

Alex Slater @abuckslater · 30 Jan 2017

#MSWL Your YA series based on non-western myths...Your middle grade that feels slightly creepy and your not sure what to call it...Your best

Moe Ferrara @inthesestones · 9 Jan 2017

#MSWL: Re-tellings for any age group (fairy tale & mythology) are always on my wishlist as are books WITHOUT vampires & werewolves.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 2 Nov 2016

"Retellings of fairy-tales & myths, w/ a twist. Different ending? Gender swapped? You tell me! @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Annie Bomke @ABLiterary · 15 Sep 2016

Another thing I'd love to see is an adaptation/retelling of a myth, fairy tale or legend. #MSWL

Mad-Eye Boo!rt @maddestofburts · 13 Sep 2016

Oh! Also, my inbox could use more adaptations/retellings of fairy tales/myths/folklore -- stories we think we know, but with a twist! #MSWL

Yali Books @YaliBooks · 13 Sep 2016

South Asian Muslims in #MG and #YA (bonus- world-building with Islamic mythology) #MSWL

Heather Flaherty @HeddaFlaherty · 13 Sep 2016

#YA Horror, Penny Dreadful style. (Madness, Era, Psychological trauma, asylums, experiments, Gothic, myth and darkness and evil.) #MSWL

The Winey Editor @alicia_clancy · 13 Sep 2016

I'd really love a fantasy YA based on cultural mythology with lyrical writing #MSWL

Hannah Fergesen @HannahFergesen · 9 Sep 2016

#mswl: Stories like DEATHLESS and EURYDICE flip myths/fairytales we know from the male perspective and tell them from the woman's.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 24 Jul 2016

"Retellings of fairy-tales & myths, w/ a twist. Different ending? Gender swapped? You tell me! @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Lisa Abellera @LisaAbellera · 30 Jun 2016

Native/indigenous authors w/stories that mix contemporary life w/the fantasy, mythic, ancestral or spiritual aspects of their culture. #MSWL

Talia Benamy @taliabenamy · 30 Jun 2016

Agents: Any modern-day retellings of Greek/Roman mythology that makes those stories relevant for today? #MSWL

Erica Bauman @Erica_Bauman · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL I'm a major mythology nut, so I'd love re-imagined/re-interpreted myths from any culture, for either YA or Adult