Posted by: Kathy Temean | April 17, 2017

Agent Looking for Clients & Book Winners


Carol Foote – Principal Kidd: School Rules by Connie Colòn

Claire Lordon – Lucy Loves Sherman by Catherine Baily

Deborah Amadei – Queen of Likes by Hillary Homzie

Please send your addresses to Kathy.temean(at)

Bridget Snith began her career at Dunham Literary, Inc. in June 2011.

Previously, she was an intern at Don Congdon Associates, worked at a secondhand book store in Connecticut, and evaluated short story submissions for under Liz Gorinsky and Patrick Nielsen Hayden.

She graduated from Brown University in 2010. While there, she studied anthropology and archaeology, worked as a radio DJ, fenced on the varsity team, and helped design an experiment that she later performed in microgravity at NASA.

A lifelong fan of children’s books, she’s looking for middle grade and young adult novels in a range of genres, including fantasy and science fiction, historical fiction, romance, and contemporary, plus anything that bends the rules of genre. She is actively seeking books with underrepresented or minority characters.

She is also seeking fiction for adults, especially fantasy and science fiction, historical fiction, and literary women’s fiction.

In accordance with her college degree, she’s interested in informational, literary nonfiction, especially science or history written by experts for a general audience.

To send her a query. She prefers email queries and asks that you include the first five pages of your manuscript in the body of your email and her name in the subject line.

Click here for more submission details.

Bridget is a member of AAR and the SCBWI and she is available to speak at conferences.

Talk tomorrow,



  1. Yay for all the winners! 🙂 And yet another great tip for anyone searching for an agent 😀


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