Posted by: Kathy Temean | January 12, 2017

New Agency – Wolf Lupine Grove Creative


Danielle Smith has left Red Fox Literary after three years to launch her own literary agency, Lupine Grove Creative, with most of her clients set to follow her to the new agency.

daniellsmithBeginning January 15th, 2017 Danielle will be open to submissions at Lupine Grove Creative,LLC. Only submissions of the picture book, early reader, chapter book, middle grade and young adult book variety as well as illustrators will be considered. If you are interested in submitting after the 15th please send a query via email and paste your manuscript within the body of the email to

Please, no attachments. Illustrators, please provide links to your online portfolios where art can be viewed without downloading. All submissions will receive a confirmation of receipt. Unfortunately, due to anticipated high volumes of submissions the agency may not be able to respond to every query. If you don’t hear from Lupine Grove Creative within four weeks of your submission, please understand that we have read and considered your query and have concluded that we are not the right agency to represent your work at this time.

All other client related questions or to inquire about rights regarding current projects please contact Lupine Grove Creative, LLC directly at the Contact page.

All of the clients at Lupine Grove Creative can expect an advocate along every step of the process. Clients are at every stage of their careers; regardless they are always offered career guidance, editorial assistance as well as a sounding board for future projects, portfolio and illustration critiques, submission strategizing and much more. Partnerships with clients are just that, partnerships, and each one is different and based on what they each need. Additionally, with Danielle’s review and social media background she is particularly capable of guiding clients through the pre-publication process all the way through to publication and marketing process as well.

Danielle can be contacted at

Danielle – Wishing you the best!

Talk tomorrow,




  1. I wonder how Danielle feels about narrative nonfiction picture books . . .?


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