The Lotts Agency
My Manuscript Wish List
My clients are all unique but the one thing that they all share is a distinct voice. I’m looking for that specific author telling a story only they could tell. Anyone else trying to tell the same story would fail miserably. So bring me the weird and wonderful and wacky.
As for genres I’m mostly looking for fantasy and science fiction (generally in that preferential order). I’ll also consider general lit fic, as long as it doesn’t take itself too seriously and isn’t too pretentious. I love humor, so if it can make me laugh on the crowded subway into the office, it’s for me.
Give me a rom-com hidden in an epic fantasy. Give me a day-in-the-life story for those traditionally featured in SF/F, but aren’t usually the heroes – it’s about time someone told their story. Fascinate me with anti-heroes and fiendish tricksters.
I’m not interested in YA or MG.
Fun facts about me:
Ridiculously handsome, gut-bustingly witty, and prone to hyperbole.
Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com
Only email submissions will be considered. Query plus first five pages are the bare necessities, however, Foundry allows up to the first three chapters and a synopsis. Attachments of first three chapters and synopsis are allowed.
Guidelines & Details
I'd like the next...
Terry Pratchett, Douglas Adams, Christopher Moore, Christopher Buckley, Mark Twain, Carl Hiaasen, Patrick Rothfuss. Notice how there's not a woman or POC on that list? I really want to change that.
My favorites include...
Dan Harmon, Deadpool, Edgar Wright, You’re the Worst, Steven Moffat, Spike Jonze, Broad City, Happy Endings, Charlie Kaufman, Rick & Morty, Steve Martin, Judd Apatow, Key and Peele, Vince Gilligan, The Good Place, How I Met Your Mother, Aaron Sorkin, Tina Fey, Amy Pohler, Donald Glover, Harpo Marx, Mel Brooks, Ogden Nash, Ferris Bueller (the character, not his day off), limericks, Texts From Last Night, Archer, Eastbound and Down, Friday Night Lights, and Weird Al.
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