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US literary agents representing fantasy

The fantasy fiction market has been incredibly successful over the years, and publishers have made a lot of money from it.

There are plenty fantasy-loving agents but finalising your agent shortlist can be a painstakingly long, dull task. Unless you’re using AgentMatch, that is.    

We’ve done all the hard work for you: scoured the four corners of the web for every interview, interesting fact, and noteworthy quote, it’s all there. So, why not take out our 7-day free trial to get complete access to all the US literary agent profiles.  

After selecting your country (we advise that US based authors query US based agents), genre or non-fiction subject, you’ll receive a personalised list of suitable agent profiles. Save your search results and work through them one by one, at your own pace. Here’s some names to get you started: 

Tracey Adams

Amelia Appel

Amy Elizabeth Bishop

Connor Goldsmith

Donald Maass

Kristen Nelson

Tricia Skinner

Need more information? We break everything down in our guide to finding a literary agent – it’s invaluable for all querying authors! 

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There have been some excellent authors who have written in the genre, China Mieville, Neil Gaiman, and Iain Banks to name a few.  This means that there are plenty of agents looking for the next big thing in fantasy to come their way. If that’s you, then AgentMatch should be your next stop! 

To make sure your fantasy novel stands out from the slushpile try reading this article on world-building. You’ll probably also find this piece by published author Geraldine Pinch on how to write a fantasy novel useful, too. 

Best of luck! 

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