Super, SUPER interested in books that explore women's history and tell me the stories left out of my school textbooks. Books like Margot Lee Shetterly's HIDDEN FIGURES, Denise Kiernan's THE GIRLS OF ATOMIC CITY, or Mallory O'Meara's THE LADY FROM THE BLACK LAGOON. #mswl
HISTORY: Super, long-time history nerd right here. I would love to see some projects like David Grann's KILLERS OF THE FLOWER MOON, Anna-Lisa Cox's THE BONE AND SINEW OF THE LAND, or David Randall's BLACK DEATH AT THE GOLDEN GATE. #mswl
Amanda Jain @wensday95Hello my nonfiction writing friends! I have a TON of #mswl tweets for you this morning, so buckle up.
First up, FOOD, because we've established how much I want to both eat it and read about it. I love food books that explore forgotten histories, take deep dives into one particular aspect, or that look at how food cultures intermingle and change one another. #mswl
In the spirit of #WomensHistoryMonth I’m exercising this week to Brave Not Perfect by @reshmasaujani. Her journey from finance to an attempt at politics to founding @GirlsWhoCode is so empowering. Would love to see more NF like this for young readers! #MSWL #WishlistWednesday
And in non-fiction, I'm looking for cookbooks, essay collections, and memoir.
@nicole_soojung's memoir wasn't just my favorite memoir last year, it was one of my favorite books period.
@readandbreathe's upcoming book is a great example of "something I wish I worked on."
Good morning! It's March 1st and I'm officially open to queries again at @PSLiterary!
Here's my #MSWL on my website, and I'm going to tweet a little bit about what I'm looking for... let's go. ericsmithrocks.com/blog/2019/01/3…
Some more #nonfiction interests: millennials issues (don't send me books on how we've destroyed things for babyboomers, I honestly don't care), astrology, spirituality not connected to a specific religion, old theaters (I love these), 90's music, anything humor related #MSWL
Pst. This Friday I open up to queries at @PSLiterary again.
I really want to find more genre-blending literary fiction, diverse + inclusive YA, quirky non-fiction, and lots more.
The full #MSWL is here! bit.ly/2GG1M7r
DeidreKnight @DeidreKnightBig #mswl I'm hungry for narrative nonfiction business books in the vein of what I'm reading right now : Zucked by @moonalice, Brotopia by @emilychangtv and Bad Blood by @JohnCarreyrou. Bring me books like **these!** (Pls RT!) pic.twitter.com/kfRb71tCIo
This was *meant* to say: big #mswl alert. 🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽🔽
Clelia Gore @MadmoiselleClelIf you write about climate change or environmental protection in the teen/YA space, I'm the agent for you. I'm open to many genres here: YA memoir, narrative NF, trade NF, graphic. I'm ready to do my part to help save the planet! #mswl
I'm getting a lot of fiction queries related to this #mswl when I had requested nonfiction. I'm really mostly interested in trade nonfiction here. Off the top of my head, a good example would be a book (maybe graphic?) to the tune of: Ways You Can Fight Climate Change at Home.
If you write about climate change or environmental protection in the teen/YA space, I'm the agent for you. I'm open to many genres here: YA memoir, narrative NF, trade NF, graphic. I'm ready to do my part to help save the planet! #mswl
"Nonfiction that merges pop culture, history, & feminism — like my client @SamMaggs’ books: THE FANGIRL’S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY, WONDER WOMEN, & GIRL SQUADS." @msmariavicente #MSWL mariavicente.com/representation/