Recently more interested in stories of people interacting with animals or the natural world and could really enjoy narrative nonfiction or novels that speak to our relationship to the planet #mswl
I’m always curious for more historical fiction and narrative nonfiction from non-white/non-Eurocentric perspectives about events or individuals that deserve to be more widely talked about #mswl
Narrative nonfiction with roots in journalism or science that follows personal stories revealing curiosities still to be discovered in the world like Fox & I by Catherine Raven or issues that need broader attention like Nomadland by Jessica Bruder #mswl #nonfiction
Laughs. I need laughs. You need laughs. We all need laughs. Whether you’ve got quirky nonfiction criticism, dark humor, funny illustrated guides to getting by in life, or a novel that will have me laughing so hard I cry send it to me! #MSWL
Since travel is nixed for the time being, I’m looking for narrative nonfiction that takes place in extreme or unique landscapes that are hard to get to – isolated communities, icy planes, or barren deserts – what is life like in such intense environments? #MSWL
Jessica Felleman @jmfellemanIt’s #MSWL time! It’s my first fall season at @JLyonsAgency1 so here’s a thread of some of the weirdly specific stories I’m excited to read from querying authors while donning sweaters and drinking apple cider!
Science writers! Bring me your crazy true nonfiction about how the brain works, how AI is evolving, what it will really be like to live in space long term, or how a specific niche science is contributing to our current understanding of neurodiversity. #MSWL