STEM

Kaitlyn Johnson - Closed to Queries @RedPenKaitlyn · 3d

Lastly, until I think of more, definitely send me MG STEM-infused plots and POC characters and boys who are allowed to feel/girls who are smart and capable and sassy. Truly looking for tons of GN in the MG sphere #amagenting #querytip

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Feb 26

“In upmarket fiction, I’m looking for precise angles: Period pieces with women breaking into lively professions (think TV or comedy a la I Love Lucy) and Women in S.T.E.M.” @readbystephanie psliterary.com/submissions/ #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · Jan 26

"An upmarket fiction piece about a woman with a cool outdoorsy or animal-related job (think STEM)." @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Grace Kendall @GraceKendallLit · Jan 10

MG
-**we can fight climate change y’all**
-queer MC on an adventure, heist, terrible sports team etc (tho plot not necessarily about their queerness)
-STEM/STEAM threads
-joyful/frivolous/funny stories that center kids from marginalized backgrounds
-dogs, horses & sassycats (3/7)

Grace Kendall @GraceKendallLit · Jan 10

PB
-climate change exists! (a gentle introduction)
-PB bios featuring STEM/STEAM subjects
-queer princess adventure
-commercial character-driven pb (w/ series potential) featuring kid from historically marginalized background

(2/7)

Stephanie Winter @readbystephanie · Jan 7

What I'm hoping to see in my inbox? An upmarket fiction piece about a woman with a cool outdoorsy or animal-related job (think STEM). #MSWL

Barry Goldblatt @barrygoldblatt · Jan 6

I’d be delighted to discover any STEM-focused fiction. I’m particularly intrigued by a MG heist novel where the whole planning stage isn’t just the brief montage one often gets in the movies. I want to see the nerdy figure out how it works stuff! #MSWL

Stephanie Winter @readbystephanie · Jan 6

Today is the day!! The submissions email is open! 😁

Pitch me your work about:
Women in STEM
Groundbreaking and boundary-testing historical characters
Pop psychology pieces

Stay tuned for more from my #MSWL.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 8 Dec 2019

“In upmarket fiction, I’m looking for precise angles: Period pieces with women breaking into lively professions (think TV or comedy a la I Love Lucy) and Women in S.T.E.M.” @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Tara Gilbert 🔮✨ @Literary_Tara · 21 Nov 2019

Hi #writingcommunity! I have 9 middle-grade queries in my box right now. I WANT MORE.

Adventure, Fantasy, sci-fi, magical realism, horror, historical, everything!

Also, I am open to considering non-fiction middle-grade novels, especially LGBTQ+ and STEM for girls. #MSWL

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 20 Oct 2019

“In upmarket fiction, I’m looking for precise angles: Period pieces with women breaking into lively professions (think TV or comedy a la I Love Lucy) and Women in S.T.E.M.” @readbystephanie #MSWL psliterary.com/submissions/

Stephanie Winter @readbystephanie · 24 Sep 2019

In upmarket fiction, I’m looking for precise angles:
> Period pieces with women breaking into lively professions (think TV or comedy a la I Love Lucy).
> Women in S.T.E.M
> Anything geeky but accessible
> Gender fluid, masc. of centre, and non-binary protagonists. #MSWL

James McGowan @jmcgowanbks · 24 Sep 2019

James McGowan @jamerrson

It's #MSWL day! (pt. 2) (Children's Fiction)

My door will always be open to picture books, running the gamut.
Fiction, non-fiction, funny, heartwarming, STEM, arts, anything. #MSWL

Amanda Shih-Goel @amandashih · 24 Sep 2019

My number 1 #MSWL wish is for general nonfiction that teaches while it entertains. Have an obsession? Teach me about something I don't know!

Common winners: Creepy history, unsolved mysteries, common science topics with a twist (Space + X; STEM + X), folklore

Nicole Frail @nfrail17 · 24 Sep 2019

Ronnie K. Stephens @RonnieKStephens

@nfrail17 Hi Nicole! I feel silly, but can you clarify the phrase "project-based nonfiction" for us (me)? :)

Replying to @RonnieKStephens

Sure! Full of projects. Step-by-step instructions, photos or illustrations. Crafts, gardening, drawing, cooking. How-to. Anything STEM/STEAM related is great for kids too.

Also, for kids, non-project is fine too, like mental and emotional health journals/workbooks. #MSWL

Karly Caserza (closed to submissions) @KarlyCaserza · 8 Aug 2019

I’m really hungry for #MG stories where the protagonist uses #STEM in badass and witty ways. Gimme? Query me. #mswl

Ann Leslie Tuttle @AnnLeslieTuttle · 25 Jun 2019

#MSWL Would love to find women's fiction, thrillers and Middle Grade submissions that incorporate popular science and STEM themes. Love richly evocative stories that have a strong sense of the natural world.