Sarah N Fisk
This is so exciting, y'all. I am officially open to queries!
You can see all my info at sarahnfisk.com but here's a little #MWSL thread
I'm open to all genres in MG and YA, as well as Adult Romance and SFF.
Special Topics: Challenging Societal/Gender Norms, Disabled and/or ND characters, Atmospheric Fantasies, Speculative Mysteries, Small Town/Midwestern Settings, F the Patriarchy
Books with Voices Like: Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston, Arsenic and Adobo by Mia P. Manansala, Gideon the Ninth by Tamsyn Muir
Sarah Nicolas aka Sarah N Fisk @Sarah_NicolasNatascha and I will open back up to queries in January! Can't wait to read all your beautiful stories then! #MSWL pic.twitter.com/Ig9ix7WEzu
Text: Sarah's #MSWL 2021:
Books with Energy Like: The Inheritance Games by Jennifer Lynn Barnes, Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas, The Wild Ones by Nafiza Azad, Little Thieves by Margaret Owen
Sarah Nicolas aka Sarah N Fisk @Sarah_NicolasPeople talking about disability being impossible in fantasy fiction is something, seeing as how there was literally a disabled Greek God? Several disabled figures in like every mythology?? We've been here as long as anyone, bud
Oh, um, also #mswl ⬆️😉
oh hey, as midwestern born, small-town raised agent, I would love to rep stories set in those inbetween, forgotten-by-nyc-publishing places. any genre, as long as the setting feels authentic. swamps and hollers and meadows and towns with no stoplights, please! #mswl
I am not quite open to subs yet but I have a weird fascination with stories that take place entirely on transit you cannot easily leave. Like ferries, trains, boats, planes, even small spaceships.
These are very hard to do well but when they are, I am obsessed #mswl