* December, 2012: Tara Conklin's debut THE HOUSE GIRL, intertwining the stories of a young corporate lawyer tasked to find the "perfect plaintiff" for a slavery reparations case in contemporary New York, and a runaway house slave in antebellum Virginia, whose celebrated paintings have long been thought to be the work of her mistress, to Kate Nintzel at William Morrow and Lorissa Sengara at Harper Canada, at auction, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management.
*December, 2011: Christopher Buehlman's THOSE ACROSS THE RIVER, about a small town during the depression, to Mike Medavoy (SHUTTER ISLAND, BLACK SWAN) with Weed Road (I AM LEGEND) producing and Kip Williams (THE DOOR IN THE FLOOR, PARANORMAL ACTIVITY 2) writing and directing, by Sean Daily at Hotchkiss and Associates, on behalf of Stephanie Lehmann at Elaine Koster Agency and Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management.
*April, 2011: Author of forthcoming literary horror novel THOSE ACROSS THE RIVER Christopher Buehlman's BETWEEN TWO FIRES, about a disgraced French knight and a visionary young girl who will journey across plague-ravaged medieval France to try to tip the scales in the new war between Heaven and Hell, again to Tom Colgan at Berkley, in a two-book deal, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management (World English).
*April, 2011: Michele Young-Stone's PERFECT BIRDS, about a girl who is insitutionalized in the 1960s as punishment for falling in love with her best female friend, and a second novel, THE SAINTS OF LOS VIENTOS, the story of a girl born with a rare condition (to some a curse, to her a gift) she learns was shared by her long-dead great aunt, to Sarah Knight at Simon & Schuster, in a good deal, for publication in Spring 2013 and 2014, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management (World).
*April, 2011: Author of BREATHERS and FATED S.G. Browne's LUCKY BASTARD, about a down-and-out private eye whose ability to steal other people's good fortune has him playing both sides in a war to corner the black market on good luck, and maybe turn his own around for good, following Kara Cesare to Gallery, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management (NA).
*March, 2011: Christina Perozzi and Hallie Beaune's THE NAKED BREWER, a "cookbook for beer" that combines seasonal and delicious homebrew how-to's, recipes, and food pairings for novice and seasoned homebrewers alike, again to Maria Gagliano at Perigee, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management (NA).
*November, 2010: Erin Cashier writing as Cassie Alexander's NIGHTSHIFTED, about a hospital's secret ward dedicated to treating supernatural creatures, and the feisty night nurse who gets caught in between a three-hundred-year-old vampire feud and a young girl in need of rescue, to Rose Hilliard at St. Martin's, at auction, in a three-book deal, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management (NA).
*November, 2010: Kitchen Sink founder Kaya Oakes's ORDINARY TIME, a spiritual memoir about her return to the Catholic Church after many years as an atheist immersed in the punk rock scene, to Roxanna Aliaga at Soft Skull, for publication in Winter 2012, by Michelle Brower of Folio Literary Management (NA).
*October, 2010: Dana Gynther's CROSSING ON THE PARIS, chronicling the lives of three women of different generations and classes whose lives intersect on a majestic ocean liner traveling from Paris to New York in the wake of World War I, exploring the power of chance encounters, to Erika Imranyi at Dutton, at auction, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management.
*September, 2010: Author of the upcoming novel DUST Joan Frances Turner's FRAIL, which follows the lone human survivor of a small town as she must make her way across a land ravaged by the "feeding plague" and contend with dangerous humans and zombies alike, again to Michelle Vega at Ace, in a good deal, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management.
*July, 2010: Michael Poore's UP JUMPS THE DEVIL, a madcap but ultimately tender tale of the Devil as an American trickster who believes that, with his help -- for the small price of a few souls -- our poor race of mortals has the power to outshine Heaven itself, and even lure his eternal love, a fellow fallen angel, back to earth, to Abigail Holstein at Ecco, by Michelle Brower at Folio Literary Management.
*November, 2009: Joan Frances Turner's DUST, formerly known as Dead of Night, about an undead girl whose existence is irrevocably altered as she faces a plague that is wiping out both humans and zombies alike and must deal with the harrowing return of the living family that she had given up hope of ever seeing again, to Michelle Vega at Ace, in a good deal, by Michelle Brower in her last deal at Wendy Sherman Associates before joining Folio Literary Management (WE).
Foreign: Jenny Meyer Literary Agency
*August, 2009: Michelle Cove's SHAKE UP THE FAIRYTALE!, a guide that helps single women deal with all stages of "singlehood" and gives them the tools they need to navigate through a changing culture and social order that is still based on "couples," while reassuring single women that happily-ever-after is a lifelong approach to nourishing their sense of well-being, to Gabrielle Moss at Tarcher, at auction, for publication in Fall 2010, by Laney Katz Becker at Folio Literary Management (world English).