Fantasy

Miranda Hill @Miranda_E_Hill · 2 Jun 2019

Just saw Booksmart and LOVED it—If anyone out there has that level of close female friendship in an adult adventure fantasy, give me now please and thank you #mswl

Ashley Wyrick @ashley_wyrick · 31 May 2019

Light-hearted coming of age MG fantasy. Includes strong relationship themes and silly humor. #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 30 May 2019

"Sci-fi & fantasy novels. I love them. I read a ton of them. But they have to be accessible.What does that mean? It means that readers who don't traditionally pick up much sci-fi/fantasy, can pick up one of these novels & enjoy it." @ericsmithrocks #MSWL ericsmithrocks.com/mswl

andrea @_andreareads · 29 May 2019

#MSWL snapshot:

YA: Historical, fantasy, contemporary friendships

MG: Spooky, magical, mysterious

PB: Author/Illustrators of funny, bright, and spooky fun

Naomi Davis, literary agent @NaomisLitPix · 29 May 2019

Brit E. B. Hvide @bhvide

WHY AM I NOT GETTING ALL THE BOOKS ABOUT LADY KNIGHTS?

#MSWL! Bring me a story that is ALL ABOUT BRIENNE OF TARTH (but in a less-typical-medieval-style fantasy landscape with wildly original fantasy/magical elements)

Sarah McCabe @sarahrmccabe · 29 May 2019

I'm ready to start seeing more urban fantasy YA in my inbox, just saying... #MSWL

Linda Epstein (is taking a break) @LindaEpstein · 28 May 2019

BTW big #MSWL, in case you all don’t already know this, please send me all your #MiddleGrade and #youngadult #JewishKidLit manuscripts! Particularly interested in anything #queer #fantasy #scifi #romcom #mystery

samantha s. fabien🌹 @samanthashnh · 25 May 2019

Just found out that people from the Ivory Coast are called Ivorian. Now I want a fantasy set there. #obscuretaste #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 23 May 2019

“Epic fantasy that's truly ambitious, with a complex world and secrets around every corner.” @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 22 May 2019

Another #MSWL: Salem Witch trials but in a fantasy world.

Alex Slater @abuckslater · 21 May 2019

#MSWL: I'd love a YA in the vein of #SeeYouYesterday. Set in the hot center of a contemporary American city. Give me the sounds, sights, flavors of the place, all in the middle of the summer. Make the stakes as high as THUG. Make it shine with magic/fantasy. Blend the genres.

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 21 May 2019

4. I want a cinematic, high concept fantasy unlike anything I have seen before. I love unlikable ladies (but they must still be relatable), and I would love a single POV. Character driven is the BEST for me. With literary-esque writing. #MSWL

Amy Fitzgerald @Amy_Ariel_Fitz · 21 May 2019

Amy Fitzgerald @Amy_Ariel_Fitz

2 for 2 so far: Emilia Clarke noting "She's not mad, she's traumatized" is an equally pointed departure from how the dudes insist on framing things.
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I don't get to acquire much fantasy BUT WHEN I DO it's got female characters with nuance as well as grit, trauma fallout and mental health issues depicted realistically, and no dudes getting away with killing their girlfriends #MSWL

Jessica Mileo @JessicaMileo · 20 May 2019

#mswl
Tired: Euro-Centric Fantasy/Sci-Fi
Wired: 🤯 literally 🤯 anything 🤯else 🤯

Please send me all your non-European inspired fic, adult and children’s (Sorry to butcher this meme)

Léonicka @leonicka · 19 May 2019

Take all your frustration with S8 of #GoT and channel it into writing a beautiful and detailed epic fantasy full of people of color and female complexity that doesn’t hinge on sexual violence. Then send it to me. #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 17 May 2019

“Fantasy (urban or otherwise) dealing with the diaspora of a magical community—how does the magic change/thrive?” @kurestinarmada #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/