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About: Hannah Dussold has been with Andrews McMeel since 2019. In 2016, Hannah graduated with her MA in English Literature from Saint Louis University in Madrid, Spain. After three years of living and working in Madrid, Hannah moved back to her hometown of Kansas City and started working as a store manager at Barnes & Noble, a dream-come-true for anyone who understands a serious book-buying addiction. While pursuing a role in publishing, Hannah encountered Andrews McMeel—an independent publishing house right in her own backyard. After joining AMU as an assistant to President & Publisher Kirsty Melville, Hannah was able to get a top-down view of the publishing business.
As an editor, she mainly acquires children’s books in the upper middle grade age-range, with the occasional adult humor or comics collection. Hannah also works on licensed projects in both the children’s and adult categories. Middle grade and YA graphic novels and illustrated fiction are always welcome, but she also enjoys projects that play with format and design in interesting ways. Fantasy, adventure, and historical and contemporary fiction are her favorite themes. She appreciates stories told from a fresh perspective.
Aside from editing, you’ll find Hannah in one of two extremes: on the couch with a book and some coffee, or outside hiking, rock climbing, or running several miles at a time.
Selected Titles: Life Really Socks by Roshan and Shidan Youssefian; Litterbox Comics: Tails from the Litterbox by Chesca Hause; Wild Cats by Eva Cabrera and Crystal Velasquez; Bean: The Stretchy Dragon by Ari Stocrate; Puss in Boots Junior Novelization by Cala Spinner; Milk & Mocha by Melani Sie; and What’s Your Sign? By Sanctuary Astrology
Fun facts about me:
Hannah has three beloved cats: Gordo, Kiko, and Pickle.
In 2013, Hannah worked on an archeological dig near Haifa, Israel. An avid traveler, she’s been to over 25 countries (and counting).
Currently, Hannah is only accepting agented submissions, unless specifically requested.