Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 24 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year pt 4: light fantasy or contemporary stories with magical elements, especially if they have quieter stakes.

Not saving the world but instead asking someone out or fixing a fight with a friend.

Laurel Symonds @LaurelSymonds · 24 Dec 2019

This time every year I wonder why we don't have a YA retelling of the Christmas story (Mary, Joseph, etc): the characters are the right age, the conflict is strong and, depending on your beliefs, it could be read as miracle or magic a la GRAVE MERCY. Hard to pull off, but...#MSWL

Happy HollZABÉs ⛄️🌲❄️ @ZREllor · 23 Dec 2019

Nonfiction #MSWL—a how-to guide for making friends and finding social circles after college

Nicole Fiorica @NicoleFios · 23 Dec 2019

Now feels like a good time to mention that I am very interested in your messy and complicated villains and also characters who seem like the villain but are actually *coughs* the love interest #MSWL

Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 23 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year pt 3: stories from trans and nonbinary writers.

Your words matter and I want to help them get out into the world. ❤

Agent V @VeroniKaboom · 22 Dec 2019

Would love a #NF project in 2020 by an #ownvoices author that deals with cross-cultural appropriation. #MSWL

Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 22 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year pt 2: feel good YA romance, especially if it's queer!

First crushes gone right, awkward pining, best friends to lovers, fake dating turned actual dating, I hate you but oh wait, we're actually similar af and I may like you.


Meggnog 🎄 ~ Closed to Queries Until 1/6/20 @Megan_Manzano · 21 Dec 2019

#MSWL for the new year: found families, best friends who don't need to say anything to communicate, friends who live together because sometimes families are difficult.

Max Sinsheimer @msin10 · 20 Dec 2019

Just signed my third Steve. Don’t know how many more Steves my small list can carry. Authors not named Steve: I’m open for submissions! (Also open to Steves with extraordinarily good #nonfiction manuscripts.) #mswl #querying #literary

Erin Clyburn @erin_clyburn · 20 Dec 2019

Erin Clyburn ~closed to queries until 1/1/20~ @erin_clyburn

Her other book, THE AGE OF MIRACLES, is similarly dazzling.

This is top of the list for things I’d love to see in my inbox for ‘20: sci-fi that puts the SFF elements as the backdrop for telling stories about humanity. #MSWL

For instance...

TAOM is a teen coming-of-age story—but the Earth’s rotation is slowing. In THE DREAMERS, shifting family dynamics are painted on the canvas of a town quarantined bc of a sleeping sickness.


Send me this please. #MSWL

Nightfire Books @TorNightfire · 20 Dec 2019

Bringing you #FF #followfriday vibes to (re)introduce you to some of our editorial team here at Nightfire: @kellyoc5, @_kristintemple, @dianagill, @writersyndrome, @maseditor, & @pnh. Keep them in mind for horror submissions. #mswl

Rach Crawford @RachAC · 20 Dec 2019

The thing I want when I say climate fiction, eco-fiction, even more than work that imagines futures, is work that grapples with the overwhelming grief & anger, confusion, guilt, of being a person now. It's crushing, & I crave the mirror of fiction. #mswl

Carolina Ortiz @pushthepanorama · 19 Dec 2019

A reminder to all that I am ALWAYS looking for own voices genderqueer, trans, and non-binary submissions in children’s and across genres #mswl