Aidan Moher for Best Fan Writer @adribbleofinkCan someone invent the homepunk genre? Like tea cozy mysteries, but full of, like, robots and wizards and stuff.
I'm closed to subs right now, but when I am not #MSWL
Possibly a weird #mswl request, but I've been thinking about it today:
I'd love to add a book to my list with the same unnerving, pervasive, looming dread that Majora's Mask gave me. A secondary-world or portal fantasy where the atmosphere is just slightly off-kilter
Taylor Boo Barton 👻🦴 @taysalionHear me out, more slice of life books but like... scifi and fantasy. Spaceship families foraging in different systems to start a multi-planet inspired garden or an orc couple struggling to make peace with the one mean cow on their farm.
I really, REALLY want the next Pushing Daisies. Urban fantasy that lives just this side of the mundane; a tone that embraces both dark and whimsical; characters who ask complex questions of themselves and their friends. #MSWL
Leah Spann @LeahSpannNapoleonic Russia. Give me the epic War-and-Peace style fantasy saga of my dreams. #MSWL pic.twitter.com/x57NhH9dtH
The First Persian Empire. I'm ready for complex cultural exchanges and magical infrastructure! #MSWL
(These are just a few examples, but the possibilities are endless!)
Hey, it's #mswl day! I'm a SFF editor with DAW Books looking to acquire submissions for the adult market.
Just a brief reminder that I can only consider agented submissions. That said, here are some things I'd love to see in my inbox!
Leah Spann @LeahSpannHappy Friday, all! Excited to say that my editorial #MSWL page went live today! I'm only open to agented submissions, but if you want to know what kind of books I'm interested in seeing, give it a look:
Related: I've been rewatching Pushing Daisies recently
Agents, if you have a fantasy manuscript with that kind of dark but whimsical tone, I WANT TO SEE IT
Happy Friday, all! Excited to say that my editorial #MSWL page went live today! I'm only open to agented submissions, but if you want to know what kind of books I'm interested in seeing, give it a look: