Jennifer March Soloway

Associate Agent


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Jennifer joined the Andrea Brown Literary Agency in 2016, after a career in marketing and public relations. Agenting is her dream job. She loves working with writers and illustrators, and nothing gives her greater joy than to help an author elevate their story. She is most drawn to emotionally compelling voices and fresh perspectives underrepresented in literature.

Please send Jennifer:

  • Adult literary thrillers and horror (she is a suspense junkie, who loves to be scared). Throw in dash of (bad) romance, and she’s hooked!

  • YA novels in any genre (thrillers, gothic, humor), but especially literary stories about ordinary teens, focused on family, relationships, sexuality, mental illness, or recovery.

  • MG novels full of humor and heart, including adventures, mysteries, spooky-but-not-too-scary ghost stories, contemporary, and grounded fantasy.

  • Stories that blurs the lines between the real and the imagined in any category.

  • Picture books with surprise endings that make her laugh.

  • Eye-catching illustration with a distinct style.

That’s her wish list, but you might have something she has never considered before, and it might be absolutely perfect for her. Surprise her!

NYT-bestselling author of CEMETERY BOYS Aiden Thomas's untitled fantasy duology, pitched as Latinx Percy Jackson meets the Hunger Games; and another untitled book, pitched as gay Titanic in space, to Holly West at Feiwel and Friends, for publication in fall 2022, fall 2023, and fall 2024.

Debut illustrator, Stacy Ebert, to illustrate NYT-bestselling author Kelly Corrigan's HELLO WORLD, teaching children that the meaningful connections to the people in our lives come from asking questions, to Margaret Anastas at Flamingo Books, Penguin Random House, for publication in spring 2021.

Sylvia Liu's HANA HSU AND THE GHOST CRAB NATION, a sci-fi action-adventure in which a 12-year-old girl must save her classmates from a corporate plot that threatens their ability to get connected to the multiweb through neural implants, only to discover that her own scientist mother may also be involved in the conspiracy, to Julie Rosenberg at Razorbill, Penguin Random House, for publication in summer 2022.

Joe McGee's JUNIOR MONSTER SCOUTS, the next four books in the chapter book series about the adventures of kid monsters who aren't scary and want to help people, to Karen Nagel at Aladdin, in an exclusive submission.

Happy-go-lucky hijinks

Hidden rooms

Haunted houses

Unlikely love interests

Origin stories

Silver linings

I fall hard for protagonists who make bad decisions for the right (and occasionally the wrong) reasons.
When a story raises a captivating question
(or two or three),
I will read until 3 a.m. to find out what happens
(and then offer rep!).