Full Agent Profile: Emmanuelle Morgen



NAME

Emmanuelle Morgen

AGENCY
Stonesong Agency
AAR MEMBER
No
EMAIL
submissions@stonesong.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://stonesong.com/



FICTION GENRES
Commercial Fiction | Women's Fiction | Romance | Family Saga | Historical Fiction | Young Adult | Thrillers/Suspense | Erotica
NONFICTION GENRES

Food & Lifestyle | Science | How-To | Memoirs | Travel | Adventure/True Story | Business | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Narrative | Psychology | Cultural/Social Issues | Journalism

CURRENT STATUS
  • This agent accepts queries
  • MORE INFORMATION

    SPECIAL INTERESTS
    • Emmanuelle represents adult and children’s fiction, as well as narrative nonfiction in the areas of memoir, psychology, sociology, and popular science.
    • In children’s books, she is looking for young adult and middle grade novels.
    • In adult books, she is looking for women’s fiction, historical fiction, romance, and a certain type of thriller in which a team of people or a partnership battle impossible odds.
    DOES NOT REPRESENT
    • She does not represent cozy mysteries, horror, health/diet/fitness, poetry, short stories, or screenplays.
    SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

    FACTS/TIDBITS
    • Emmanuelle represents Dear Author contributor Alison Atlee (The Type-Writer Girl, Gallery/Simon & Schuster), RITA nominees Alissa Johnson (An Unexpected Gentleman, Berkley) and Marcella Burnard (Enemy Within, Berkley), Cecilia Grant (A Lady Awakened, Bantam), Jeanette Murray (Honor Bound, Sourcebooks), Christina Phillips (Forbidden, Berkley), and Danielle Younge-Ullman (Falling Under, Plume).
    • In young adult fiction, she represents Jamie Blair (Leap of Faith, Simon & Schuster Children’s), Kathleen Peacock (The Hemlock Trilogy, Katherine Tegen Books), Louise Rozett (Confessions of an Angry Girl, Harlequin Teen), Amy Tintera (Reboot, HarperTeen) and Kat Zhang (What’s Left of Me, HarperTeen).
    • Her nonfiction sales include food writer and memoirist Adrienne Kane’s Cooking and Screaming (Simon & Schuster), family therapist Catherine McCall’s UK bestseller When the Piano Stops (Seal Press), M.E. Thomas’s Hiding in Plain Sight (Crown), Candace Walsh’s Licking the Spoon (Seal Press), and Marie Claire editor Sarah Wexler’s Living Large (St. Martin’s).
    EDUCATION
    • Graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, B.A


    NEW DEALS
    Non-Fiction | Food & Lifestyle
    Food writer Candace Walsh's LICKING THE SPOON, about her post-divorce sexuality shift, falling for the woman of her dreams, and examining America's changing perspectives on food and relationships, from Betty Crocker and the Prince Charming fantasy to cooking and forming families based on the new basics: taste, bliss, and instinct, to Krista Lyons-Gould at Seal Press, by Emmanuelle Morgen at Judith Ehrlich Literary Management (NA).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Louise Rozett's LOSING IT, the story of a 14-year-old girl navigating freshman year and dealing with the death of her father in Iraq, the distancing of her oldest friend, and possibly the loss of her virginity to a much older boy, to Natashya Wilson at Harlequin Teen, by Emmanuelle Morgen at Judith Ehrlich Literary Management.

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    Captive
    Author:   Christina Phillips
    Genres:   Romance
    Publisher:   Berkley Trade (February 1, 2011)
    When the Romans destroyed her world, Morwyn took a vow of celibacy to spite her goddess. Then she's captured by a mercenary whose animal charms and chiseled body will test her conviction... Brennus has spent three years undercover in the Roman Legion. So when his men brutalize the fiery Celtic beauty, he saves her-by claiming her as his own. As they near Roman headquarters, Morwyn resolves to honor her vow of celibacy-but if Brennus were to ravage her, could she be blamed for enjoying his body? With just a hint of seduction, sooner or later the warrior will succumb to his exquisite captive.
    View book at Amazon




    LINKS
    Interview with Ms. Morgen
    http://motherwrite.blogspot.com/2010/08/interview-with-agent-emmanuelle-morgen.html
    PREVIOUS AGENCIES
    The Creative Culture
    Wendy Sherman Associates
    Judith Ehrlich Literary Management