Beth Campbell @Campbele_E · 6 Jan 2016

Our #mswl quiz from yesterday had some problems, so today we're clarifying our wish lists for you! Check it out: bookendsliterary.com/index.php/2016…

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 6 Jan 2016

"Middle Grade fantasy/adventure, preferably without a “portal to another world” element." @MsMariaVicente #MSWL bit.ly/1KubeTc

Mandy Hubbard @MandyHubbard · 5 Jan 2016

#MSWL- dying for a dark/gritty/disturbing/SOMETHING YA. Give me a revolution or a tragedy or an addiction!

TJ da Roza @TJdaRozaEditor · 5 Jan 2016

A story that feels like Dark Souls and/or Bloodborne. Horrific, dark fantasy, and may or may not induce mild panic attacks! #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 5 Jan 2016

Our query inbox has re-opened! Send us your stories! Here's a list of our agents #MSWL & submission guidelines: bit.ly/1aqPTe4

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 5 Jan 2016

"YA version of the young members of the Leverage team (Hardison, Eliot, and Parker)!" @kurestinarmada #MSWL
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Alexandra Machinist @amachinist · 4 Jan 2016

How about some literary-creepy like Jennifer McMahon? Or amazingly scoped fantasy like Six of Crows? Crime in the Don Winslow style? #mswl

Alexandra Machinist @amachinist · 4 Jan 2016

Looking for food novels (like the movie Waitress), family ones (like Jonathan Tropper), alt-hist like Naomi Novik, and surprise me! #mswl

Alexandra Machinist @amachinist · 4 Jan 2016

Looking for books like The Historian by Elizabeth Kostova, A Tale for the Time Being by Ruth Ozeki, In a Dark Dark Wood by Ruth Ware #mswl