Sarah Grill @SarahGrill1 · Jan 22

In all seriousness, very proud to be a part of @StMartinsPress. Agents, please send me your gut-punching book club fiction, upmarket thrillers and mysteries, investigative journalism, pop culture, and true crime!! #mswl #publishing #amediting

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · Jan 22

Cass Frances @Cass_Frances_

Like, she KNEW men can lie and say trust me, and then be angry at you when you do what you need to do to make sure the man you're with is not a monster.
And she's always cast as the jealous sister, and Psyche as faithless.

And written that way by men.

THIS! I loved Psyche and Cupid as a kid. But yes. Like her sisters are always like "Girl, you haven't seen your husband in the light, HOW do you know??"

And yet, it is framed like they are the bad guys.

Give me a #MSWL that addresses this in a modern way.

Jen Chen Tran @jenchentran · Jan 22

Love the Google Doodle today about Anna May Wong. I’d love to see more #MG books about #poc in the entertainment industry. Holla at me! #mswl

Shari Maurer @sharimaurer · Jan 22

Good morning! I added a few more genres to my #MSWL through the StringerLit query form. Would love some humor/satire/offbeat/quirky (we need that in the world!) and I added thrillers, upmarket. Send me your funny PB and more MG/YA. stringerlit.com

Kate Sederstrom @sederstka · Jan 22

Give me a YA or MG with themes of leadership -- how a kid makes decisions for others when they're in a position of authority, no matter the scale #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Jan 22

“I really love literary fiction that takes you into small worlds and communities where I'm an outsider. A glimpse inside a complex family, or a workplace.” @ericsmithrocks #MSWL ericsmithrocks.com/mswl

Andrea Walker @_AndreaWalker_ · Jan 21

One of my dream projects is to rep an illustrated chapter book or one that lends well to illustrations. Give me character and voice that jumps off the page! #MSWL

Jessica Faust @BookEndsJessica · Jan 21

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.” on.wsj.com/2RpMF4R

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