Gabi Snyder’s LOOK, which explores different kinds of patterns in nature and at home that connect us all to each other and to the world around us, illustrated by Samantha Cotterill, to Sylvie Frank at Paula Wiseman Books, with Paula Wiseman editing, for publication in fall 2023, by Natalie Lakosil while at Bradford Literary Agency for the author, and by Kirsten Hall at Catbird Productions for the illustrator (world)
Rebecca Kelley’s NO ONE KNOWS US HERE, pitched as Pretty Woman gone wrong, in which a 23-year-old retail worker reluctantly takes in her long-lost kid sister; desperate to provide for her, she agrees to be paid to be the girlfriend of a successful founder of a popular social media company, but as his demands become more strange and threatening, she realizes she needs to fight back, to Melissa Valentine at Lake Union Publishing, in a nice deal, for publication in early 2023, by Jennifer Chen Tran at Bradford Literary Agency (world).
Tanya Lloyd Kyi’s WHAT I WILL DISCOVER, about a child scientist exploring different landscapes, illustrated by Rachel Qiuqi Li, to Kallie George at Greystone Kids, for publication in spring 2023, by Amy Tompkins at Transatlantic Literary Agency for the author, and by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency for the illustrator (world).
Katee Robert’s NEON GODS, to Dobrovsky (Czech Republic), by Martina Knapkova at Kristin Olson Literary Agency, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Sara Read’s debut JOHANNA THE THIRD, in which a soccer mom who was once a rising star in the art world steals a world-famous portrait of herself from the narcissistic artist who was her former lover, which sends her into hiding and on a rollercoaster ride of questionable choices and self-renewal, pitched as THE CACTUS meets Lisa Barr’s THE UNBREAKABLES, to Cat Clyne at Graydon House, in a very nice deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in winter 2023, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (world English).
Christina Dalcher’s FEMLANDIA, to Robert Laffont (France), by Aude Secheret at La Nouvelle Agence, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Bradford of Bradford Literary Agency.
Tiffany D. Jackson’s MONDAY’S NOT COMING, to Eksmo (Russian Federation), by Anastasya Markova at Synopsis Agency, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.
Joanna Shupe’s THE ROGUE OF FIFTH AVENUE, THE PRINCE OF BROADWAY, and THE DEVIL OF DOWNOWN, to Mondadori (Italy), in a three-book deal, by Cristiana Chiumenti at The Italian Agency, on behalf of Taryn Fagerness Agency and Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Author-illustrator Olga Herrera’s THE NEW FAVORITE THING, about an anxious dog whose daily routine is disrupted when he encounters a monstrous new thing in the living room, to Erin Siu at Feiwel and Friends, for publication in winter 2023, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency (world).
Author of the companion novel for Hallmark Channel’s original movie A GINGERBREAD ROMANCE Lacey Baker’s CHRISTMAS IN EVERGREEN 4: BELLS ARE RINGING, the next novelization about the Christmas town of Evergreen, Vermont and its jill-of-all-trades who finally finds her love, but now must chose between him and the town she adores before the holidays are over, to Stacey Donovan at Hallmark, for publication in November 2021, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency.
Rosita Stevens-Holsey and Terry Catasus Jennings’s PAULI MURRAY: THE LIFE OF A PIONEERING FEMINIST AND CIVIL RIGHTS ACTIVIST, a biography in verse about the queer civil rights and women’s rights activist who conceptualized the arguments that would win Brown v. Board of Education and in 1964, the arguments that won women equality in the workplace, written by her niece, to Courtney Fahy at Yellow Jacket, for publication in spring 2022, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency (world English).