Posted by: Kathy Temean | May 7, 2015

Agent Looking for Clients

caitie-flum-152Caitie Flum joined Liza Dawson Associates in July 2014 as assistant and audio rights manager. She graduated from Hofstra University in 2009 with a BA in English with a concentration in publishing studies. Caitie interned at Hachette Book Group and Writers House. She was an Editorial Assistant then Coordinator for Bookspan, where she worked on several clubs including the Book-of-the-Month Club, The Good Cook, and the Children’s Book-of-the-Month Club.

Caitie grew up in Ohio where she developed her love of reading everything she could get her hands on.

Specializing in commercial and upmarket fiction, including historical fiction, women’s fiction, romance, and mysteries (adult, young adult). She is also looking for contemporary young adult projects with diverse characters. In nonfiction Caitie is interested in theater, narrative history, current events, pop culture, and memoirs. She is probably not the right agent for science fiction or fantasy.

Caitie is looking for commercial and upmarket fiction with great characters and superb writing, especially historical fiction, mysteries/thrillers of all kinds, magical realism, and book club fiction.

Caitie is also looking for Young Adult and New Adult projects, particularly romance, historical fiction, mysteries and thrillers, and contemporary books with diverse characters.

In nonfiction, she is looking for memoirs that make people look at the world differently, narrative nonfiction that’s impossible to put down, books on pop culture, theater, current events, women’s issues, and humor.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES:

Caitie prefers to see only the query first.

She prefers to receive submissions via email, please, to querycaitie@LizaDawsonAssociates.com.

If you prefer snail mail, please send your query letter (along with a stamped, self-addressed envelope) to:

Caitie Flum
Liza Dawson Associates
350 Seventh Avenue, Suite 2003
New York, NY 10001

Talk tomorrow,

Kathy


Responses

  1. Sounds good.

  2. Sorry if this is dumb, but what is commercial and upmarket fiction?

  3. Juialoha,

    That is not a dumb question. Upmarket fiction refers to books that appeal to both literary and commercial audiences. They are books that have excellent writing along with a story line that appeals to a mainstream market.

    Hope that helps.

    Kathy


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