Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini

@TracyMarchini

Literary Agent at @BookEndsLit | Author CHICKEN WANTS A NAP (available now) & PRINCESSES CAN FIX IT! (2021) | she/her | Join the Quacktory! bit.ly/1DfU0Wk

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Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Jun 23

Five ways to tell publishers what books you want them to publish and a Quacktory exclusive #mswl - mailchi.mp/fa913df63795/j…

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Jun 22

Recently rewatched Big Hero 6 and would love to see an original character inspired by/heartwarming like Baymax in my queries #mswl

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Feb 18

Writing from the heart vs. writing for the market and a Quacktory exclusive #mswl! - mailchi.mp/c45aebdafc48/f…

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Jan 29

I would LOVE a middle grade non-fiction book that explores the idea of patient zero and looks at different endemics and how medical researchers traced them back to that particular disease's patient zero.

Send this proposal to me!! #mswl

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · Jan 14

Opening to queries, a Quacktory exclusive #mswl, and the productivity question I'll be asking myself in 2020! - mailchi.mp/b5d4bc8f49e9/a…

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · 28 Aug 2019

Amanda Jain @wensday95

It's my favorite tweet of the month. Here's August's visual #mswl. Do you have a book like one of these you're ready to query? Send it! pic.twitter.com/6Celp4ZIPb

I spy OMNIVORE'S DILEMMA on @wensday95's #mswl for adults, and while I'm currently closed to queries, I want to throw out there for the future that I would LOVE to see something like that for the #mg/#ya audience when I reopen. Also something on food justice for teens.

Tracy WANTS A NAP Marchini @TracyMarchini · 6 Jun 2019

Hadas Gold @Hadas_Gold

Alan Turing never got a NYT obituary until now: nyti.ms/2WcwjNf

#mswl nf for mg or ya - his life, his work during ww2, an honest look at his death and the repercussions of anti-homosexuality laws, and how Turing's work still influences compsci today.