Nivia Evans @NiviaEvans · Aug 28

Hi Universe,

It's me. I know I ask for a lot of things, but could you be kind enough to send me a ms about black women who are witches that isn't steeped in black pain but is about a community coming together or a woman falling in love or something full of joy.

K, thnx #mswl

Megan Manzano @Megan_Manzano · Jul 23

Andrea Walker @_AndreaWalker_

@erin_clyburn @Megan_Manzano @Literary_Tara What’s at the TOP of your MSWL? Anything you’re dying to see?! 😁


I'd absolutely love:

Complex/sweet sibling relationships
Slow burn/enemy to lovers romance
A cast of super close characters. Think Stranger Things.
Survivalist stories.
Space travel or space operas.

#MSWL #askagent

Vicki Lame @thedaysbetween · Jul 2

#MSWL: YA fiction: verse novels, serious subject books that are full of humor/candor (think Gae Polisner), female friendship stories, contemporary witches

Natascha Morris @SoCalledYALife · May 22

Another #MSWL: Salem Witch trials but in a fantasy world.

Masha Gunic @masha_gunic · May 14

Still (and most likely forever) looking for witchy Hocus Pocus-like fiction in #MG and #YA fiction #MSWL, please! 🧙‍♀️🎃

Laura Crockett @LECrockett · Apr 22

I’m focusing a lot in Adult as well—women’s fiction, fantasy, and historical. With WF I want to see upmarket book club fiction (ELEANOR OLIPHANT) and romcoms (MEET CUTE). I want lyrical, historically-inspired fantasy (EMPIRE OF SAND, Juliet Marillier, anything witches). #mswl

Jessica Mileo @JessicaMileo · Apr 2

Heikala @heikala_art

Garden Café ☕️ pic.twitter.com/jfYoLljKbU

I'm not open to queries just yet (SOON!!) but now I want a cozy witch book 🤩🤩 #MSWL