Horror

Nicole Bea (Bezanson) @Nicbeawrites · Jan 15

I’m seeking: MG & YA fiction in all genres - YA w/ mystery or romance subplots. Adult contemporary, romance, psych thrillers, horror & suspense. I love: books featuring drama, social issues, animals, Canadian settings, ownvoices. Pls submit via Query Tracker. #amquerying #mswl

Lynnette Novak @Lynnette_Novak · Jan 15

If I missed your #IWSGPit pitch, paste query & 1st 5 pages in email. Adult: SFF, thriller, cont. romance, & mystery. YA: thriller, SFF, horror, mystery, & contemporary. MG: SFF, mystery, contemporary, & horror. #diversity #MSWL #ownvoices querylynnette (@) theseymouragency (.)com

Katelyn Uplinger @KatelynUplinger · Jan 9

For those #amquerying I remain open to queries. Genres high on my #mswl for 2019 in adult and YA include horror, historical fantasy, chilling mysteries, and tense stories about survival. In nonfiction would love some weird or fun history.

john w. rudolph @johnwrudolph · Jan 7

YA: Much the same as MG--humor, realistic teen stories, #ownvoices, adventure, sci-fi. Also, love a good teen romance, horror, mystery, but not super-dark.

Children's NF at all levels: curriculum tie-ins, PB bios, multicultural history, science, sports, pop culture.
#MSWL

Nicole Bea (Bezanson) @Nicbeawrites · 31 Dec 2018

Hello #amquerying #writingcommunity - I open to submissions in less than 24 hours! Curious what I’m looking for? A full list can be found on the @MetamorphLitAg website or QueryTracker, but here’s a little #mswl to get you started. Can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on!

Erica Bauman @Erica_Bauman · 21 Dec 2018

11) I’m still desperate for a good YA horror. Something dark and disturbing. More eerie than gory, and grounded in reality (no supernatural killers needed). #MSWL

Jennifer A. Grimaldi @JA_Grimaldi · 3 Dec 2018

DYING (ha) for more YA horror in my inbox, especially speculative/family-centric/this-monster-is-a-metaphor in the vein of THE BABADOOK or HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE #mswl

JenniferMarchSoloway @marchsoloway · 29 Nov 2018

I love the idea that magic could be lurking in our world, if only we knew where to look. Have such a story (PB, MG, YA, adult speculative/horror)? Please send it my way! #MSWL

Eric Smith @ericsmithrocks · 26 Nov 2018

A horror novel called This Is Less of a Question & More of a Statement, and the entire book takes place during a Q&A panel at a conference. #MSWL

Susan Hawk @susanhawk · 20 Nov 2018

What am I hungry to find in my queries, you ask? Creepy, psychological (not gory) horror, MG or YA. Give me something strange with a gradual, gripping sense of unease -- make my spine shiver! #MSWL

Kimberly Whalen @thewhalenagency · 15 Nov 2018

Ellen Press @ellen_press

@thewhalenagency @louisesbay I’m trying to find your wish list on #mswl, but your name is not coming up.

Replying to @ellen_press

Just a reminder TWA is open to submissions and my #MSWL includes fiction of any kind, diverse characters, strong women. Horror, crime and thrillers. Watching Haunting of Hill House and reading my submissions from #PitDark has energized me!

Kent D. Wolf @kentdwolf · 13 Nov 2018

Still on the lookout for more literary horror. Help an agent out? #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 6 Nov 2018

"I’m still looking for a YA macabre fairy tale retelling. A story that combines luxurious fantasy and horror." @msmariavicente #MSWL bit.ly/2P9Z0aX

Kimberly Whalen @thewhalenagency · 30 Oct 2018

Just a reminder TWA is open to submissions and my #MSWL includes fiction of any kind, diverse characters, strong women. Horror, crime and thrillers. Watching Haunting of Hill House and reading my submissions from #PitDark has energized me!

Annie Bomke @ABLiterary · 25 Oct 2018

Seeing a surprising number of western horror novels in #pitdark today. Western horrors/horror westerns sound amazing! Bring them on! #mswl