Carly Watters @carlywatters · Jul 1

I would love unique cookbook concepts by Black and Indigenous bloggers as well as non-fiction by BIPOC food writers #mswl

Erin Clyburn @erin_clyburn · Jul 1

Replying to @HowieSouthworth

I receive almost no cookbooks/food-related nonfiction, & I'd love to see more of those, too. #MSWL

Erin Clyburn @erin_clyburn · Jun 11

Erin Clyburn @erin_clyburn

Today I learned all about Lena Richard, a New Orleanian & the first Black woman to host her own cooking show (also a chef, restaurateur, entrepreneur, & cookbook author). My dad’s family has been in New Orleans since the 1800s, & I’d never heard of Lena. 1/2

I’d LOVE to rep a project about Lena Richard. Narrative nonfiction? A cultural history of Black New Orleans food that centers Lena? A bio of Lena through a lense like The Cooking Gene? If you’d like to take this on (are already taking this on?!), query me please. 2/2 #MSWL #BVM

Sarah Grill @SarahGrill1 · May 21

Just thinking how much I’d love to get a Jewish YA that is NOT centered on the Holocaust. Give me a Birthright thriller!! A Camp Chi summer romance! A Hillel set-up gone wrong!! And the more food descriptions, the better. Please & thank you #mswl #amediting

Megan Ilnitzki @megilnit · May 4

Picture books that celebrate food and family in the vein of FRY BREAD by Kevin Noble Maillard. #MSWL

Brit Brooks-Perilli @Britny_Perilli · Apr 14

Illustrated/graphic novel style non-fiction is something that I really want to see more of in my inbox!

Cookbooks and food are great, but I would love to see author/illustrator teams work on other topics as well like film, books, nature, science, pop culture, etc. #MSWL

Tia Rose Mele @TiatheTiger · Mar 17

I would love to see some nonfiction in my inbox right now. If you have a pop culture, baseball/sports, psych, food, fandom, music, or craft related NF, or any other NF you think I might like, send me a query!

I’m not actively looking for memoir or biography right now. #mswl

Brit Brooks-Perilli @Britny_Perilli · Feb 16

Always always on the hunt for diverse, creative contemporary YA that can capture the humor, heart, and playfulness of anime. 💖

Bonus if the story involves friends sharing their passions (geeky or not) or has some delicious food. #mswl

Becca Podos @RebeccaPodos · Feb 3

Rereading my eternal fave NATALIE TAN’S BOOK OF LUCK AND FORTUNE reminds me how badly I want an Adult Romance/Contemporary steeped in family, food, culture, and a little bit of magic #MSWL

Rachel Brooks @RachMBrooks · Jan 24

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife

In the @bookendslit #MSWL doggie pile! I want more graphic novels! I just read LILY THE THIEF and it was so good and I need more.…

I'm next in line on the @bookendslit #MSWL train chuggin' along 🚂 I'd love to find a novel in the vein of NATALIE TAN'S BOOK OF LUCK AND FORTUNE where food, community, and culture intertwine. Also, I'm a fan of AYESHA AT LAST, so a fresh retelling like this might catch my eye!

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · Jan 16

Passions and personal interests hugely inform any agent's list. Mine include: Minnesota, Hockey, Cooking/Food, Wine/Cocktails, motherhood, business ownership, dogs, diversity, equality, women, books/reading. #MSWL

Joanna Cardenas @joannananamc · Jan 6

Replying to @joannananamc

Things I like to read about: hiking and the outdoors, the transforming power of travel, food & how it connects us, the art of comedy, women’s relationship to anger, building community, community organizing #mswl

Robbie Guillory @RobbieGuillory · 28 Nov 2019

*submissions alert* We are looking for brilliant, engaging non-fiction!

I am particularly interested in nature and climate writing, food, drink and travel, and deep-dives into weird and wonderful subjects.

See: #MSWL

Fairbank Literary @FairbankLit · 25 Sep 2019

If you write about food and life, do it with the passion and beauty of Ruth Reichel, or Molly Wizenberg. #MSWL