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Ms. Kari Sutherland

Bradford Literary Agency

5694 Mission Center Road # 347

San Diego, CA 92108


Twitter: KariSutherland

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from moniquemihalit
Aug 15, 2020 9:28 am

EQ: July 2
ER: Aug 15
96K YA Historical
from carocsmith
Aug 11, 2020 8:27 am

Queried #DVpit 5/28/19
Nudged 7/9/19 & 9/4/19
Requested 50 pgs 9/6/19
Nudged 12/12/19, 4/23/20, 8/1/20

Queer Contemporary YA - 68k
from GuruLord
Jul 07, 2020 3:42 pm

FQ - 6/7

MG Contemp - 56k
from Patrick (admin)
Jul 03, 2020 6:15 pm

Profile Update: Closed to queries.
from RL6788
Jul 03, 2020 4:44 am

FQ: 7/3

YA contemporary 74k
from shawnspeakman
Jun 14, 2020 1:17 pm

EQ: 6/14/20

from ckstiles25
Apr 30, 2020 1:05 pm

Old and Stinky 04/30
from jessparra9
Apr 24, 2020 1:12 pm

FQ: 1/21/20
FR: 4/24/20

Contemporary YA
from whoisjohngalt
Mar 27, 2020 8:08 pm

Nathanj85, for these agents this is their job, it is their business, to pursue stories and authors whom they think they can best represent, and if you or me don't meet their standards, or spark their interest, then that's too bad for us and we'd better just keep querying. It is all subjective, from the desire to writing a book to getting published, and within this business everyone has a job. Authors write, illustrators illustrate, agents represent, editors edit, publishers publish. Everyone has a job, and some have more than one, but we should for no reason expect one to step outside of their own job, outside of their own personal gain and interests, for the convenience and well being of another who will not profit them. If anyone of us want feedback on our work, there are plenty of critique blogs, groups and those who professionally give their opinions on literary works, so I'd suggest you go to one of them for their services, and not to an agent whose business is not to give feedback.
I realize that receiving feedback from an agent is a very well accepted blessing, but it should not, must not, be for us to expect it of them.
from MonicaC
Mar 10, 2020 3:01 pm

EQ 3/10 - Historical women's fiction, 67K
from Nathantj85
Jan 27, 2020 9:41 am

Query sent- 10/24 YA Fantasy
2-20-20 Rejected.
Said it’s all subjective- ironically much like all my rejections before this one, which is really a back handed compliment- a no is more honest. This process is like going to your refrigerator excited for left over pizza you think you have inside but then you realized you were drunk that night before and ate all the pizza. That’s the feeling of not having a literary agent give you any useful feedback. It’s a negative suck of energy realizing you have to find some other food that’s not as good as left over pizza. I do realize many ideas are queried yet in a business existing to share stories, who’s ego do I have to stroke to have an in? Or wallet I have to fill to be considered publishable? Too honest? Thanks for reading- I wish you luck
from amandaelliott17
Jan 25, 2020 2:00 pm

EQ: Dec 1
ER: Jan 20

38k MG fantasy
from Hulagirl
Jan 22, 2020 3:37 pm

EQ: 1/22/20

Women's fiction 89K
from Patrick (admin)
Jan 22, 2020 9:49 am

Profile Update: Open to queries.
from Charlydaws
Jan 21, 2020 6:42 am

FQ: 9/16/2019 - Conference pitch request
ER: 1/20/2020

MG Fantasy (46,000 words)

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