Bradford Literary Agency

Archive for April, 2017

“Tiny” book from Rachel Ignotofsky making big splash

Rachel Ignotofsky’s TINY TERRARIUMS: A SMALL LOOK AT OUR WORLD’S BIG ECOSYSTEMS, an educational, illustrated tour of the ecological regions of our planet–from large ecosystems like deserts and rainforests, to small ones like ponds, backyard gardens, and even drops of water, plus the untitled third book in the Women in Science and Women in Sports series, to Kaitlin Ketchum at Ten Speed Press, by Monica Odom at Bradford Literary Agency (World).

New series from Joss Wood

Joss Wood’s first two books in a new series about a wealthy family embroiled in dramatic secrets and scandals, to Stacy Boyd at Harlequin Desire, in a nice deal, for publication in September 1, 2017, by Laura Bradford at Bradford Literary Agency (World).

Artist Camille Chew to illustrate new paranormal how-to

Artist Camille Chew to illustrate Jaya Saxena and Jess Zimmerman’s BASIC WITCHES: A Guide to Summoning Success, Banishing Drama and Raising Hell with Your Coven, to Blair Thornburgh at Quirk Books, by Kate McKean at Howard Morhaim Literary Agency for Saxena and Zimmerman, and Monica Odom at Bradford Literary Agency for Chew.

New romance from Tara Brown

Tara Brown’s ROOMMATES AND PUCK BUDDIES, to Kara Boucher at Tantor Media, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.

“No Mistakes” for Gilmore Girls Actress Keiko Agena!

Actress (Lane Kim on “Gilmore Girls”) Keiko Agena’s NO MISTAKES, an interactive workbook for creatives inspired by the “no mistakes” principles of improv, filled with illustrations and encouraging prompts, to Amanda Shih at Tarcher Perigee, in an exclusive submission, for publication in Summer 2018, by Monica Odom at Bradford Literary Agency (world).

New MG title from Rachele Alpine

Rachele Alpine’s FRIDAY NIGHT STAGE LIGHTS, about a ballerina and a football star whose worlds collide when the team trades in their helmets to become bunheads to gain agility on the field, to Alyson Heller at Aladdin, by Natalie Lakosil at Bradford Literary Agency.