Rossano Trentin

Rossano Trentin


My Manuscript Wish List

My areas of interest include both Y/A and Adult’s fiction, with a special affinity for literary fiction, crime, dark thrillers, high-concept women’s fiction and contemporary Y/A (including thrillers).
I am looking for well-crafted and compelling stories that features a strong narrative voice. Beautifully written and so very suspenseful works that captivates the reader with its prose and its plot.
I am also looking to acquire science-fiction that explore what it means to be human in the age of technology. I’m very interested in everything about A.I. in general and I love reading and seeing things about it.
When it comes to nonfiction, I’m open to fresh and smart narrative nonfiction in the areas of journalism, politics, true crime, TV/Movie and sport.

Submission Guidelines

Submissions should be emailed to

Please email a cover letter and provide a two-three pages synopsis, with ending, along with the first two chapters of your novel. Copy and paste letter, synopsis and chapters in the email body, as we won’t open unsolicited attachments. To avoid falling into spam, please begin the subject line with the word “Query”.
Please don’t query if you haven’t finished your novel yet, be sure to include genre and word count in your letter, and let us know if you are sending your proposal to other agencies or publishers.
Unfortunately, we can’t respond personally to all submissions, but if we are interested in your work we will certainly follow up by email within 8 weeks.

Vital Info

Fiction: Commercial, Crime, Family Saga, Literary, Mystery, Science Fiction, Thriller, Women’s Fiction, Young Adult
Non-Fiction: Journalism, Sports, Travel, True Crime

Favorite sub-genres: Contemporary YA, Narrative Nonfiction, Noir, Psychological Thrillers
I’d like the next…

David Arnold’s Mosquitoland, Jay Asher’s Thirteen Reasons Why, Paula Hawking’s The Girl on the Train, Don Wislow’s The Cartel, Roger Hobbs’ Ghostman, Zoran Drvenkar’s Sorry.

My favorites include…

Mrs. Dalloway Virginia Woolf
In Cold Bloood Truman Capote
Less Than Zero Bret Easton Ellis
Atonement Ian Mcewan
Sentimental Education Gustave Flaubert

Mad Men
Thirteen Reason Why
Black Mirror

Ex Machina
Lost in Translation
The Shining

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