Full Agent Profile: Edward Necarsulmer



NAME

Edward Necarsulmer

AGENCY
McIntosh and Otis
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
EN4query@mcintoshandotis.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://www.mcintoshandotis.com



FICTION GENRES
Young Adult | Children's | Middle Grade
NONFICTION GENRES

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • He's drawn to real world concepts and conflicts in the picture book, middle grade, and YA arena
    DOES NOT REPRESENT

    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • He is the head of this agency's children's literature department
    • Authors and illustrators he represents include Lynne Reid Banks, Nancy Garden, M.E. Kerr, Annette Curtis Klause, Sheila P. Moses, the Scott O’Dell Estate, and Ed Young.
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of Denison University


    NEW DEALS
    Fiction | Young Adult
    Author of Brooklyn, Burning Steve Brezenoff's GUY IN REAL LIFE, about two teenage gamers who find each other just when the roles they play in their lives threaten to break them, to Jordan Brown at Balzer & Bray, in a two-book deal, by Edward Necarsulmer IV at McIntosh & Otis.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    NYT bestselling author Carrie Jones's two thrillers, in addition to the next collaboration with Steven E. Wedel, a YA horror novel, told from alternating perspectives, a girl is no stranger to the unexplainable, and when she moves to Oklahoma she must join forces with local teen Logan to protect their small farming town from whatever/whoever has been terrorizing it in this eerie mystery, to Melissa Frain at Tor Teen, for publication planned in 2014, by Edward Necarsulmer IV at McIntosh & Otis (NA).

    Fiction | Middle Grade
    Andrea Beaty's INVASION OF THE FLUFFY BUNNIES, the humorous follow-up to ATTACK OF THE FLUFFY BUNNIES, in which a new kind of intergalactic rabbit enters the picture again, to Susan Van Metre at Abrams Children's, by Edward Necarsulmer IV at McIntosh & Otis (WEL).

    Fiction | Children's
    Pat Schories's PANTS FOR CHUCK, following a woodchuck who must confront growing pains when one day his pants are too small, to Grace Maccarone at Holiday House, by Edward Necarsulmer IV at McIntosh & Otis (NA).

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS



    LINKS
    http://lyonsliterary.blogspot.com/2007/08/agent-stories-edward-necarsulmer-iv.html
    This is Edward Necarsulme's post on fellow agent Jonathan Lyons' blog
    http://acrowesnest.blogspot.com/2009/02/we-ask-agent-edward-necarsulmer-iv.html
    This is an interview with Edward Necarsulme on fellow agent Sara Crowe's blog
    PREVIOUS AGENCIES
    Curtis Brown, Ltd.
    Sterling Lord Literistic, Inc.