Literary Agent at Writers House. Midwesterner transplanted to NYC. Theatre-loving, pop culture addicted, vegetarian.
New York, NY
Tommy Vietor @TVietor08Still pissed at me. pic.twitter.com/bYIuwfsAut
Librarian friends, has there ever been a picture book starring a dog in a cone (am I missing something obvious)? If not...author/illustrators, here is your inspiration. #mswl
And YA with a the high school Darlene Conner, all in black, surrounded by family who doesn't know what to do as she dies her hair in the sink. Not a capital D depression book, but a book about how things change when coming of age doesn't go smoothly. #mswl
Always looking for the next Darlene Conner, middle grade with a "To Whom It Concerns" protagonist a middle of the country tomboy who is sharp on the outside and may seem too big for her surroundings but still very much just a kid & wants to be loved. #mswl
Mark Kelly @ShuttleCDRKellyI used to have an identical twin brother. Then this happened.... amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/03/14…
Though I am not one for high fantasy or SF, I would raise my hand and say "me, me, me" for a YA set in the near future, back on earth that began with this sentence. #mswl
The Public Theater @PublicTheaterNYAnd while we're talking about Shakespeare/America/Revolutions, here is a fascinating story that happened right here on Astor Place! Check out this great @folgerlibrary piece about the #Macbeth Riot of 1849. (Sorry, no emojis) 😉👑. #BrushUpYourShakespeare
#mswl I have wanted a YA non-fiction or historical fiction about this event FOR YEARS.