The internet's largest free database of literary agents









QUICK AGENT SEARCH


FULL SEARCH

SEARCH TIPS





AQ SUCCESS STORIES

SUCCESSFUL QUERIES

JOIN AGENTQUERY CONNECT


BLOG ROLL

FORMATTING TIPS

GENRE DESCRIPTIONS

AGENT LIST


ABOUT AGENT QUERY

MISSION STATEMENT

CONTACT AQ

HOME


Full Agent Profile: Jacqueline Hackett



NAME

Jacqueline Hackett

AGENCY
Literary Works, LLC
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
JQuery@literary-works.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://literary-works.com/



FICTION GENRES

NONFICTION GENRES

History | Politics | Multi-Cultural | Dating/Relationships | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Cultural/Social Issues | Humor | Journalism

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent is closed to queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • She is most interested in commercial and literary nonfiction
    DOES NOT REPRESENT
    • She does not represent genre fiction, true crime, fantasy, poetry, experimental fiction, romance. She only represents short story collections and children's works for established clients
    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
    • She is only accepting queries for new material through client referrals only

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • She represents many African-American fiction and nonfiction authors
    EDUCATION
    • She received her publishing certificate from the Columbia University Publishing Program, her law degree from Duke University and her undergraduate degree in accounting from Georgetown University


    NEW DEALS
    Non-Fiction | Multi-Cultural | Women's Issues
    01/29/2007 from Publishers Weekly -- Amistad's Dawn Davis has acquired Rachel Vassel's Daughters of Men: Portraits of Successful African American Women and Their Fathers from Jacqueline Hackett at Watkins/Loomis, who sold North American rights. This is a collection of original essays and photographs about the roles fathers have played in the lives of women, based on interviews with, among others, singer Brandy, basketball player Alana Beard and BET founder Sheila Johnson

    Non-Fiction | Politics | Multi-Cultural
    02/26/2007 from Publishers Weekly -- Gayatri Patnaik at Beacon has acquired North American rights to Washington University professor Christopher A. Bracey's The Black Conservative Tradition, a nonpartisan exploration of what it means to be a black conservative; Jacqueline Hackett at Watkins/Loomis made the sale, and pub date is February 2008

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    The Last Street Novel
    Author:   Omar Tyree
    Genres:   Romance | Multi-Cultural
    Publisher:   Simon & Schuster (July 3, 2007)
    Beloved bestselling African-American romance author Tyree delivers the gritty story of a beloved African-American romance author who strays from his comfort zone in order to write a gritty street novel
    View book at Amazon

    What They Want: A Novel
    Author:   Omar Tyree
    Genres:   Romance | Multi-Cultural
    Publisher:   Simon & Schuster (June 5, 2007)
    Successful 33-year-old black model Terrance Mitchell hardly thinks twice about giving up his "bad-ass" life of sleeping with strangers and ex-girlfriends until a woman from his past calls with the news that he has unknowingly fathered her child, it´s just the motivation that Terrance needs to change his selfish ways and put an end to his scandalous lifestyle in order to give a woman what she truly wants and deserves
    View book at Amazon




    LINKS
    http://www.publishersmarketplace.com/members/JHackett/
    This is the agency webpage on PublishersMarketplace
    PREVIOUS AGENCIES
    Faith Childs Literary Agency
    Watkins Loomis Agency, Inc.