Sign In
Literary Agents

This Agent is Closed to Queries.

Ms. Erica Bauman

Aevitas Creative Management

19 West 21st Street, Suite 501

New York, NY 10010



Website: aevitascreative.com

Twitter: erica_bauman

AAR Member: No

Accepts Queries Via...

Snail-Mail: Closed

E-Mail: Closed

Online Form: Closed

Learn more about this agent, including:

  • Genres of Interest
  • Typical Response Times
  • Best Query Methods


Become a QueryTracker Member (Free)

Leave comments about your experiences with this literary agent, or read what other authors have to say.

from jenjen1
Jun 24, 2021 10:13 pm


Wow - what a day! Two rejections from slooooow agents. Erica at nearly 7 months, and another at nearly 9 months. In the time since I requested them, I got an agent on a DIFFERENT project. While I appreciate that some agents want to respond to everyone, after three or so months, unless it's a request, don't bother! We know it's a no.
from MissPlum
Apr 22, 2021 1:28 pm


@Whitegardenia, problem solved! She rejected me @79 days today. Adult/YA graphic novel.
from gwprouse
Apr 04, 2021 10:46 pm


FQ: 1/11/2021
closed/NR 4/4/2021

YA Fantasy
from Whitegardenia
Apr 03, 2021 3:44 pm


@missplum, simply withdraw your query.
from MissPlum
Apr 03, 2021 12:01 pm


Queried on 2/2/2021 on graphic novel.

So annoying that she's so slow on her responses when there are a gazillion agents at Aevitas and some of them are possibles if she passes -- but I can't query them until she gets back to me (100+ days if ever?) because of their rule against simultaneous queries.
from jennadevillier
Mar 08, 2021 7:51 am


FQ: 11/16
ER: 3/7

88k YA science fantasy
from Patrick (admin)
Mar 01, 2021 5:06 am


Profile Update: Closed to queries.
from mike_yaffe
Feb 21, 2021 4:41 pm


11/4/20 FQ
2/21/21 Form Rejection (same as the one pasted in the comment from 8/29/20)

Commercial Fiction/NA 60K
from Ardenwolfe
Feb 21, 2021 11:24 am


@JustinJoseph I would submit anyway. Consider it practice for real-life publishing ... which moves at a glacial pace. The worst you can hear is silence. But you won't hear, "Yes!" if you don't submit. At this stage in your career, you pretty much must collect rejections before anything else. Again, consider it practice for the day when someone on Amazon review says you can't write.

In the meantime, start writing another book. If it takes an agent 100 days to respond, you should have another project finished by that time. Once again, consider that practice for becoming a professional.

And good luck!
from elitemessenger
Feb 16, 2021 1:01 pm


EQ: 2.3.2020
FR: 2.28.2020
Nudge: 7.28.2020 (responded apologizing for backup)
Nudge with revised MS: 10.29.2020 (she responded 11.25 confirming)
Withdrew my Full 2.16.2021

I realize it takes time to read Fulls but nearly a year is too long for me, especially when she closed to queries to catch up within that year and still never got to my Full. She may still be a great agent for others but at my writing speed I don't think we are compatible (I've finished two MS since her request). Best of luck to everyone else!


84K YA Contemporary Dark Fantasy
from jaymeinman
Feb 14, 2021 3:58 pm


Form Q: 11/3/20
ER: 2/14/21

SF 83K
from ccosme722
Jan 19, 2021 12:14 pm


FQ: 1/19/21

YA, Cont 57K
from SteinbeckFan
Jan 06, 2021 11:11 am


@ohalen Thanks for that. Much appreciated :-)
from ohalen
Jan 05, 2021 9:15 pm


I think Steinbeck is well within their rights to complain. This is a business. The nonsense and vague threats that “word gets around” is the reason writers have to put up with ridiculous practices like this. We’re people, too, and like Steinbeck said the year was hard….on *everyone*. Close to queries if you’re overwhelmed. Work on your time management if you can’t institute a somewhat normal response time when you are open.
from jennadevillier
Jan 05, 2021 2:15 pm


Sometimes things fall through the cracks, unfortunately. Agents are only human. And I would like to extend a gentle reminder that they occasionally read their QT threads, too, and I have absolutely heard stories about agents refusing to even look at the next project someone sends along if they've reamed them out on QT before. And it's a small industry, so word gets around. Just a thought to maybe keep the venting to your friends or a more private group.

To read more comments about this agent, or to leave comments of your own, become a QueryTracker member.


Agent Reports.

QueryTracker Members can view the data gathered by all other members, organized into reports showing...

  • The Number of Queries Sent and Their Replies
  • Query Response Times
  • Most Popular Manuscript Word-Counts
  • Most Popular Genres
  • Historic Trends
  • And Much More