P.S. Literary Agency

Business by the book. P.S. Literary Agency represents a diverse list of internationally published, bestselling and debut writers. Further information and submission guidelines are available on our website, psliterary.com.


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Today is Women’s Equality day! Here’s to all the women authors out there who have penned strong and unforgettable heroines. 




Our very own Maria Vicente just relaunched her literary lifestyle blog, I Believe In Story! Despite the efforts of hackers during a summer hiatus, more book reviews, recommendations, and thoughts on living a literary-inspired life are headed your way.



Looking to get agency experience? P.S. Literary is looking for 2 fall editorial interns to work remotely. See carlywatters' blog post for details: bit.ly/V1D4le

Looking to get agency experience? P.S. Literary is looking for 2 fall editorial interns to work remotely. See carlywatters' blog post for details: bit.ly/V1D4le


Publishing Perspectives spoke with P.S. Literary’s foreign rights sub-agent Taryn Fagerness about foreign sales and presenting books with passion. You can read the interview here!
The P.S. Literary team met with Taryn at Book Expo America this past May to discuss upcoming book releases and marketing strategies. For more on that meeting, check out the BEA recap.

Publishing Perspectives spoke with P.S. Literary’s foreign rights sub-agent Taryn Fagerness about foreign sales and presenting books with passion. You can read the interview here!

The P.S. Literary team met with Taryn at Book Expo America this past May to discuss upcoming book releases and marketing strategies. For more on that meeting, check out the BEA recap.



mbthecool:

Happy Birthday Harry Potter!

J.K. Rowling forever changed the way we approach books, creating a vivid new world and bringing us into it. Happy birthday to Harry Potter (his 34th!) and to the woman who continues to cast a spell over readers around the world.



“Read, read widely and read for your enjoyment. Read outside of your usual genres, read books on the bestseller list and talk about the books you love.” —Brad Wilson, Editorial Director (Collins).
Nice shoutout to ANCHORBOY by Jay Onrait! (As featured in this week’s Intern Corner, as well.)
For more writing tips from HarperCollins Canada editors, read the rest of the article!

“Read, read widely and read for your enjoyment. Read outside of your usual genres, read books on the bestseller list and talk about the books you love.” —Brad Wilson, Editorial Director (Collins).

Nice shoutout to ANCHORBOY by Jay Onrait! (As featured in this week’s Intern Corner, as well.)

For more writing tips from HarperCollins Canada editors, read the rest of the article!



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