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Ms. Bridget Smith

JABberwocky Literary Agency

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General

Bridget Smith

JABberwocky Literary Agency

New York, NY
Website:
www.awfulagent.com/
Twitter (X):
@bredalot
AALA Member:
Yes (Visit Site)
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
QueryManager [Go To Form]
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Closed to Unsolicited Queries
Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Chick Lit
Contemporary
Family Saga
Fantasy
  • Fantasy, Contemporary/Urban
  • Fantasy, Magical Realism
Graphic Novel
Historical
LGBTQ+
Literary Fiction
Multicultural
Romance
  • Romance, Comedy
  • Romance, Contemporary
Science Fiction
Upmarket
Women's Fiction
Young Adult
  • Young Adult, Contemporary
  • Young Adult, Fantasy
  • Young Adult, Historical
  • Young Adult, Literary
  • Young Adult, Mystery
  • Young Adult, Paranormal Romance
  • Young Adult, Romance
  • Young Adult, Science Fiction

Non-Fiction

none
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Known Clients (current & past)
Maurice Broaddus
Amelia Brunskill
Caitlin Chisling
Lee Gjertsen Malone
Ellen Goodlett
Bethany Jacobs
Emma Mills
Kelsey Rodkey
Tracy Townsend
C.M. Waggoner
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
CynthiaWGentry
05/22/2024 04:50 PM
Queried 10/6/23
Nudged (offer of representation): 5/10/24
5/22/24: Responded via QueryManager with nice note of congratulations and thanks for letting her know. Said my book sounded like a fun read by "timing didn't work out," so she would bow out.

89,900 women's fiction
Profile Update

Patrick (Admin)
05/11/2024 07:15 AM
Profile Update: Closed to queries.
bawhelan
05/10/2024 06:02 PM
@jmayerovitch Yes I think you're right! If you take a look at 3/1 (when I submitted), all the replies are up top, and the no replies on bottom. Then 3/2 she starts (or seems to start) replying again for a spell, then the rest of the 3/2s are "no reply."

I wish I knew whether she was just done with 3/1 or if she intends to come back. I'd love to query another person at this agency, but I don't want to lose my chance with Bridget.

I will say one thing: this agent gets INUNDATED with queries!

12/13/2023: Just wanted to update. She never replied to my query (3/1/2023) and never responded to my nudges.

1/05/2024: Queried Bridget my next project, an adult romantasy.

3/20/2024: No response to either of my queries.

4/16/2024: Notif of Offer of Rep

4/29/2024: Full Request

5/6/2024: Pass (The day before my due date! She promised she'd read in time and she didn't disappoint.)
AmandaKayWRITES
05/05/2024 12:23 PM
Queried 01/05/2024
Nudge 04/28/2024
CNR 05/01/2024

93K new adult fantasy
lcr123
05/03/2024 03:35 PM
She's apparently doing what many agents have started to do: Open for queries the first week of each month, then close to queries until the next month. Makes sense as a way to control one's inbox.

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Profile History
Last Update:
05/11/2024 - Closed to queries.
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