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Ms. Adria Goetz

KT Literary

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General

Adria Goetz

KT Literary

Seattle, WA
Website:
ktliterary.com
Blog/Other:
adriagoetz.com
Twitter (X):
@adriamgoetz
AALA Member:
Yes (Visit Site)
Query Methods
Accepts queries via...
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Genres
This agent is seeking the following genres:

Fiction

Chick Lit
Children's
Commercial
Contemporary
Family Saga
Fantasy
  • Fantasy, Magical Realism
Graphic Novel
Historical
LGBTQ+
Middle Grade
  • Middle Grade, Contemporary
  • Middle Grade, Fantasy
  • Middle Grade, Historical
  • Middle Grade, Literary
Multicultural
Mystery
Picture Book
  • Picture Book, Author
  • Picture Book, Author/Illustrator
Romance
  • Romance, Category
  • Romance, Contemporary
Thrillers/Suspense
Upmarket
Women's Fiction
  • Young Adult, Graphic Novel

Non-Fiction

none
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Known Clients (current & past)
Leisl Adams
Susannah Aziz
Trisha Bartle
Melissa Brinks
Maggie Brown
Danette Byatt
Breanna Carzoo
Eric Castleman
Tina Cho
Bonnie Clark
Dave Connis
Natalee Creech
Amy Domingo
Jon Etter
Andrea Floren
Elizabeth Fournier
Leah Gilbert
Phyllis Harris
Lisa Hennessy
Rebecca Howe
Emily Kilgore
Meredith Laxton
Jenny Lundquist
Heather Macht
Christy Mandin
Shay McClean
William Meyer
Kitty Moss
Amy Nielander
Alycia Pace
Sarah Luann Perkins
Ellie Peterson
Rebecca Harrison Reed
Caryn Rivadeneira
Fabiana Rivas Frangos
Ching Yeung Russell
G.Z. Schmidt
Urania Smith
Naomi Stephens
Allison Strick
Kristin Wauson
Valeria Wicker
Author Comments
Comments by authors about this agent.
gaiusjaugustus
06/20/2024 09:20 PM
Submitted 102k humorous science fantasy adventure on 6/18/2024
Form rejection received 6/19/2024
JasonColpitts
06/17/2024 12:21 PM
Q - 06-15-23
FR - 06-17-23
Received a nicely worded rejection. I very much appreciate the prompt reply, even if it wasn't the right fit for her.
Iamgotharts
06/12/2024 11:44 AM
It’s a nice polite form letter. But if you get a large volume of queries why don’t you close your queries. Like it’s that simple. I can’t even. Attached is what some other people have received.


Thank you so much for sharing—- with me. I've had a chance to review, and I'm so sorry to share that I'm going to step aside—due to volume of queries I unfortunately have to turn down most of the projects that cross my desk, even if the project is an absolute gem! I really appreciated the chance to take a look though and I hope you connect with the right agent very soon.

Adria
kuegsi
06/11/2024 02:16 PM
Very interesting Twitter thread where she states that she loves a little note acknowledging receiving a request from her.

Here’s the link:

https://x.com/adriamgoetz/status/1800606598014042494?s=46&t=7ytgDYct5Yp98kMqEIJvPQ
millieflorence
06/03/2024 01:15 PM
A very kind rejection on May 21st, 2024
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Last Update:
02/27/2024 - Open to queries.
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