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Ms. Kaitlyn Johnson

Corvisiero Literary Agency

275 Madison Avenue, 14th Floor

New York, NY 10016



Website: www.corvisieroagency.com

Twitter: kaitylynne13

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Snail-Mail: No

E-Mail: No

Online Form: Yes

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from Nycteris
Yesterday 10:58 am


EQ -- 6 July 2018
Nudge with receipt of offer 17 July 2018

Pass on 18 July 2018 (kind letter, personal; doesn't have time to read by specified date).
from Mldtay
Jul 16, 2018 6:14 pm


EQ: 7/2/18 YA Fantasy 96K
from nairforceone
Jul 11, 2018 1:14 pm


Form Query: 7/11/18

66k Sci-Fi Comedy
from nightowlwriter
Jun 30, 2018 1:13 am


Form query: 4/29/18
Partial request: 6/6/18
R&R: 6/23/18 Gave some truly brilliant editorial advice. Highly recommend querying, as it seems that she gives personalized responses even if it's a rejection.

Had given up on this but I believe she keeps a maybe pile... YA Fantasy
from thewhipslip
Jun 27, 2018 6:24 pm


Form Query: 5/29/2018
ER: 6/27/2018 (form)

66K YA Fantasy
from sbrio001
Jun 07, 2018 6:43 am


EQ: 4/26
PR: 6/6
PR Sent: 6/7

YA Historical Romance
from KaylaMKing
May 28, 2018 1:19 pm


EQ: 5/18/18
ER: 5/28/18

Dear Kayla,

Thank you so much for your query, but I am going to pass at this time. Unfortunately, while I was intrigued by the concept, the story progression—as outlined by the synopsis—didn't connect with me as much as I'd hoped. Due to this, I don't believe I'm the right agent to champion this piece. Thank you for considering me for your work, and I wish you luck in your writing future.

In your search for the perfect agent, you may want to check out Writer’s Digest Guide to Literary Agents blog. We have found it to be a great resource for finding new agents who are looking to build their lists.

We also encourage writers to gather beta readers and critique partners to help hone your craft; their suggestions can be invaluable.

Warm regards,

Kaitlyn Johnson
from QuillandParchment
May 22, 2018 12:20 pm


EQ: 4-17-18
Full Request: Same day
R&R: 5-14-18

Very professional and kind. Gave quick communication and provided incredibly insightful editorial advice. She was a pleasure to correspond with.

97k Women's Historical
from chiisai
May 14, 2018 3:17 pm


EQ: 5/14/18
YA Fantasy Romance 54k
from Tim_XP
May 13, 2018 11:19 am


EQ: 5/6
ER: 5/13

Same form as others: "while I was intrigued by the concept, the story progression—as outlined by the synopsis—didn't connect with me as much as I'd hoped," etc.

111k Fantasy
from NikkilC
May 08, 2018 11:17 pm


EQ:4/25 Romantic Fantasy 71,100
ER:5/3
from kvleahy
May 04, 2018 10:34 am


EQ: 4/25 HF 118k
ER: 5/4 Form:
exact language as AmberAntgony
from safashaqsy
Apr 20, 2018 6:32 am


Personal rejection: 19th April 2018

Ya contemporary 60k
from Winnie12
Apr 04, 2018 5:52 pm


EQ 3-19
Personalized rejection 4/3
Invitation to R & R based on a few slips to passive voice. Loved writing/ concept, etc, otherwise. But I think, reading more about her, I won’t resubmit. I’ve got 3 fulls out and I think my work is not as high fantasy as she seems to like. It is magical realism lit fic, with lots of character driven parts. But she was very pleasant in the rejection
from Raelyn21
Mar 29, 2018 12:03 pm


I think that the beta reader line is a new addition to her form letter, this was her reply to me from back in October (to be fair, it was in response to a requested pitch contest query, so it was slightly personalized. (MG 31,000)
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Dear [Raelyn21],

Thank you so much for your submission, but I am going to pass at this time. Unfortunately, while I think you have an inventive concept and a good voice, I didn't connect with the story progression—as outlined in the synopsis—and the ending felt too extravagant to really pull me in. Due to this, I don't believe I'm the right agent to champion this piece.

Thank you for considering me for your work, and I wish you luck in your writing future.

In your search for the perfect agent, you may want to check out Cris Freese’s Guide to Literary Agents blog. We have found it to be a great resource for finding new agents who are looking to build their lists.

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