Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · 8h

The Wall Street Journal @WSJ

The children of the college admissions scandal grapple with the fallout. “I don’t know who you are anymore, mom.”

This is a book I'd like to see. Parents who go too far because they think they're protecting their kids. This is both fiction and nonfiction depending on your take. #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 4d

“With non-fiction I want to learn something by accident, tell me a good story in a fun new way that keeps me thinking. I really enjoyed Carlo Rovelli’s SIX BRIEF LESSONS ON PHYSICS.” @maureen_moretti #MSWL

Matt Belford @MWBelford · 6d

And now’s a good a time as any to talk about my #MSWL !

I’m looking for adult SciFi and Fantasy stories—bring me into your worlds! I’m also open to any graphic works: graphic memoirs, graphic novels, or other graphic nonfiction.

I’m open to queries, so bring it on!

Alexandra Weiss @akaweiss · Jan 13

When I open up to queries next month, I'd love to see more #kidlit stories that tackle climate change and feature real, innovative solutions. Ideally nonfiction but open to fiction as well. Bonus points if it's a graphic novel. #mswl

Carrie Pestritto @literarycarrie · Jan 13

I'm building out the adult side of my list in 2020, so if you have an exciting, fresh #romance, #WomensFiction, #cozymystery, #thriller, #suspense, or narrative #nonfiction project, PLEASE SEND IT TO ME!!! #mswl

Amanda Jain @wensday95 · Jan 10

I've received some great nonfiction queries this week for books about overlooked / misunderstood historical women. Keep 'em coming! #mswl

James McGowan @jmcgowanbks · Jan 10

I’m actively seeking submissions in:
Literary/Upmarket fiction
Mystery, Crime, Thriller
Humorous middle grade fiction
Middle grade non-fiction
All picture books (fiction & non-fiction)

James McGowan @jmcgowanbks · Jan 10

We’re sharing our 2020 Must Haves graphics over at @bookendslit. Here’s mine. I’d love to see a query from you! #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Jan 9

“Graphic Novels: contemporary young adult and middle grade, graphic memoirs, graphic nonfiction.” @msmariavicente #MSWL

Julie Gwinn @JulieGwinn · Jan 9

Other agents post their #MSWL by genre. For me, I want smart, well-written adult or YA fiction with conflict, character growth and feels. Looking for an "OMG didn't see that coming." Also nonfiction that is inspirational or solves a problem. #amwriting #writingcommunity

Dr. Uwe Stender @UweStenderPhD · Jan 6

I will still have the occasional ASK AGENT session from here. I'll update my #MSWL here. You can also always find my most recent manuscript wishlist on the Triada US website. Below find my current preferences. Click on the picture to see all the details. Happy 2020, everyone.😎

Dana Chidiac @chidiaqian · Jan 6

Anything about language, whether that's visual (I once saw an internet thing where the animals were made out of Arabic script 🤯) or a plot thing (about an English language learner? About... spelling???? 👀) or a nonfiction thing (hello emojis). #mswl

Jennie Goloboy @JennieGoloboy · Jan 6

I would love to see a book proposal for a non-fiction book about the history and politics of the concept of “nice.” #mswl

Eric Smith @ericsmithrocks · Jan 6

It begins. I'm open to queries again at @PSLiterary!

You can check out my #MSWL over on my blog.

Happy New Year, let's make some books.…

Tara is open to queries. 🔮✨ @Literary_Tara · Jan 6

Misc. wants:
- Artist and Illustrators for picture books and graphic novels.
- Tarot card proposal.
- Middle Grade and YA nonfiction by underrepresented authors and spirituality.

Eric Smith @ericsmithrocks · Jan 3

I open up to queries again at @PSLiterary on Monday, so I've updated my wishlist!

I'd love to see more adult fiction and non-fiction this year. Send me your messy genre-blending stories, niche cookbooks, and complex memoirs.

Details on the blog!… #MSWL