Ms. Sheyla Knigge

High Line Literary Collective

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Sheyla Knigge

High Line Literary Collective

New York, NY
Website:
www.highlineliterary.com/
Twitter (X):
@sheylaknigge
AALA Member:
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Fantasy
  • Fantasy, Contemporary/Urban
  • Fantasy, Magical Realism
Graphic Novel
Historical
Horror
LGBTQ+
Middle Grade
  • Middle Grade, Contemporary
  • Middle Grade, Fantasy
  • Middle Grade, Mystery
  • Middle Grade, Science Fiction
Multicultural
Mystery
New Adult
Romance
  • Romance, Category
  • Romance, Contemporary
  • Romance, Historical
  • Romance, Paranormal
Young Adult
  • Young Adult, Contemporary
  • Young Adult, Fantasy
  • Young Adult, Historical
  • Young Adult, Mystery
  • Young Adult, Paranormal
  • Young Adult, Paranormal Romance
  • Young Adult, Romance

Non-Fiction

none
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Known Clients (current & past)
Isabel Agajanian
Carey Blankenship-Kramer
Kalie Cassidy
T.L. Coughlin
Heather Kassner
Cody King
Patrick Lacey
Maggie Rapier
Andrea Towers
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
SoYoureALiar
02/22/2024 05:04 PM
YA Fantasy
QM 10/11/23
Update 11/07 - nudged with revision update
Full request 11/17/23
Form rejection on full 2/21/24 :(







KatrinaLem
02/21/2024 09:04 PM
Update: I decided not to nudge since her socials stated she was responding to queries and fulls before opening back up.

Initial Full Request was sent 10/21/2023
Response to Full: 2/21/2023

Status: Rejected.

"Dear X,

Thank you for sending me the manuscript for [Redacted]. While I was really excited to dive in, I found that your writing didn't draw me in as much as I needed to offer representation. I wish I had more feedback for you, however you deserve an agent who is head-over-heels with your work as your champion. And I'm sorry to say that just isn't me. But keep querying, you've got something wonderful here. It just has to find its reader.

All my best,"

This was a little disheartening, especially since my full was kept for so long--but that's okay! Sometimes a project isn't always a right fit, and I hope others who have fulls out find success with Sheyla as she seems like an amazing agent <3 !!

katine
02/21/2024 08:16 PM
Query forwarded to Sheyla: 9/19/23
Full request: 10/2/23
Rejection: 2/21/24


MG Con 57k



KeraShade
02/21/2024 06:14 PM
QM: 11/24/2023
Adult romance fantasy (faerie tale retelling) 110k, which I've since shaved down to ~106k
Still no rejection, so I hope that means I'm in the "maybe" pile.
FR: 02/21/2024
I was really hoping since she kept it for so long this was going to be a full request. Oh well.



NavyOwl
02/21/2024 04:33 PM
Sheyla just tweeted that she’s remaining closed to answer pending fulls/queries and work with her current clients, so hopefully you who are waiting will hear back soon!

@katrinalem
@hottiesoftie
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Last Update:
12/01/2023 - Closed to queries.
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