Horror

Chris Hernandez @ChrisMakesBooks · 30 Jun 2016

Creepy middle grade that's more about the emotion than the horror factor--like that you'd see from Neil Gaiman or Holly Black. #mswl

Jennie Goloboy @JennieGoloboy · 30 Jun 2016

Adorable body horror, like Beetlejuice or Simon Green's Dead Boy (from the Nightside series) #mswl

maria vicente @msmariavicente · 30 Jun 2016

I want to see a lot more middle grade in my inbox! Specific things: horror, historical with a magical twist, and environmental themes. #MSWL

maria vicente @msmariavicente · 30 Jun 2016

A gorgeously written & legitimately scary YA Horror is at the top of my #MSWL. (Genre horror, not paranormal.)

Moe Ferrara is in need of coffee @inthesestones · 30 Jun 2016

Lastly, who here remembers Christopher Pike? Along with something like ASYLUM, I want to find his brand of horror/thriller in YA. #MSWL

Shira Hoffman @ShiraSHoffman · 30 Jun 2016

Creepy horror/SFF based on American legends like Lore (podcast) or Supernatural. Witches, spells, things that go bump in the night #mswl

Alec Shane @alecdshane · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL. Horror of all kinds. I'm a little wary of the usual tropes - vampires, demons, werewolves, etc. - but always looking for horror

Pande Literary @agent_ayesha · 30 Jun 2016

We'd also love to see some voicy YA horror with diverse characters. #MSWL

Lauren E. MacLeod @Lauren_MacLeod · 30 Jun 2016

And all I ever want to read for fun in the summers are mysteries/horror/thrillers, so now would be a great time to query a YA one! #mswl

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL: I would be interested in a dark fantasy/horror mix. Very atmospheric with literary writing would be best

Stacey Graham 🛋️ @staceyigraham · 30 Jun 2016

Shake it down, shake it down now. Writers, I'm looking for spooky MG and Gothic horror. Humorous too? Bring it. #MSWL

Carlisle Spiderwebber @carliebeth · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL horror (gothic, bloody, any kind!) for any age I rep. I live for Halloween. Scare me!

Victoria Marini @LitAgentMarini · 30 Jun 2016

#MSWL Creepy, Gothic, Suspenseful Horror over gruesome bloody slasher horror (always).

Alex Slater @abuckslater · 30 Jun 2016

Middle grade: Horror, but in a creepy, atmospheric, @kennethoppel THE NEST kind of way. #MSWL

Jessica Sinsheimer @jsinsheim · 30 Jun 2016

You should note that incredibly cheesy horror, if done well, is just fine with me. #MSWL

Annie Bomke @ABLiterary · 30 Jun 2016

I want psychological literary horror starring real people in semi-realistic situations. No slasher stories or monsters for me, thanks. #MSWL