Posted by: Kathy Temean | March 24, 2021

Agent Jessica Mileo

Jessica Mileo – InkWell Management

I have a BA in English Creative Writing from Binghamton University and a MS in Publishing degree from Pace University. I began my career interning everywhere from Writers House to Open Road and have joined InkWell Management after working in foreign rights at Janklow and Nesbit.

My interests include but are not limited to: upmarket women’s fiction, commercial fiction, cookbooks, crafting and do-it-yourself books, multicultural and LGBTQIA+, children’s , fantasy and literary fiction.

Fiction: Action/Adventure, Children’s, Commercial, Family Saga, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Horror, LGBTQ, Middle Grade, New Adult, Romance, Women’s Fiction

Non-Fiction: Cookbooks, Crafts/DIY, LGBTQ, Memoir, Travel

Favorite sub-genres: C, Diversity, Feminism, Multicultural, Upmarket Women’s Fiction

I’m looking for novels that are as heartfelt as they are funny, think Sophie Kinsella’s SHOPAHOLIC SERIES, tell universal stories in a small scale setting, such as KITCHENS OF THE GREAT MIDWEST, and have just enough magic to keep you guessing, such as Eowyn Ivey’s SNOW CHILD.

I lean towards the lighthearted, but will consider a book that explores darker matters if it’s done well.

Submission Guidelines

Please send submissions to me through QueryMe. If you query me through the link, you will receive a respond. I will only replied to emailed submission if I’m interested in reading further.

Guidelines & Details



Talk tomorrow,



  1. Thanks for sharing!


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