Saba Sulaiman


Literary Agent at Talcott Notch. Eternally recovering from maternity leave. Probably hiding behind the crib eating cake. Closed to queries. #WeNeedDiverseBooks

Talcott Notch Literary

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · Aug 27

this 🔥🔥🔥 piece examines how writing for teens means being willing to engage with

-how they negotiate their limited power
-how they use social media to fortify + break down social hierarchies
-what in tarnation they're listening to these days


Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · Aug 21

Fawzia Mirza @thefawz

Muslim women - I’m developing a show about us. What would you like to see?????

Replying to @thefawz

intersectional muslims; joyful, largely unconfused muslims; muslims who aren't afraid to acknowledge and/or critique the problematic natures of many prominently accepted beliefs and practices within the community #mswl

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · Jul 12

this headline gave me the chills so now i'm all like #mswl

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · Apr 24

i considered braving through spoilers while searching #mswl tweets for references to jane the virgin but then

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · 11 Dec 2018


Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · 4 Dec 2018

cue some very earnest, borderline aggressive nodding #mswl

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · 25 Oct 2018

Netflix US @netflix

Watch as @hasanminhaj get's "Queer Eye'd" by @TanFrance

give me this hilarious 21st century intercontinental immigrant brown boy camaraderie friendship story navigating fashion, stereotypes, self-image issues and inside jokes asap I NEED IT #MSWL

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · 1 Oct 2018

this is the moment i look for in my middle grade—the moment you grow up and realize it but don't feel quite ready for it yet. #mswl

(ps: read INSIDE OUT AND BACK AGAIN by thannha lai, it's *lovely*)

Saba Sulaiman @agentsaba · 25 Sep 2018

andrea bennett @akkabah

For @Hazlitt, a piece two years in the making, I wrote about gender and the word “tomboy”:…

i grew up embracing the term "tomboy" and its related aesthetics because it was the only way i had to express my rejection of traditional gender roles. this fantastic essay is probing, necessary, and calls into question why labels, while divisive, can be empowering as well. #MSWL