Storm Literary Agency

Boutique literary agency representing quality children's literature from exceptional authors and illustrators

First, there was a  teacher who loved books almost as much as she loved little children. Then, there was an artist who loved pirates, almost as much as he loved cats. As it turns out, that artist could also write, and that teacher loved the pirate stories he wrote. And she shared those stories with the children she taught. The children loved the pirate stories; they also loved the cats. They wanted more stories with pirates and cats. They also wanted an adventure! And the stories gave them so many adventures! And that is that: Storm Literary Agency came about because it needed to. The children requested it. And so did the cats. 

Storm Literary Agency welcomes submissions from unique and talented authors and illustrators, those who are not afraid to embrace their capacity to teach, to entertain, to engage and to honor young people who, hopefully, will be changed by the work represented here.

Liz Coley

 

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Twitter: @LizColeyBooks • Facebook: • Website: lizcoley.com

Liz Coley has been publishing fiction for teens and adults since 2011. Her internationally best-selling psychological thriller Pretty Girl-13 has been published in twelve languages on five continents and was recognized by the American Library Association on two select lists for 2014: Best Fiction for Young Adults and Quick Picks for Reluctant Readers. The novel also won the 2015/16 Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award. The “Rosie” is a readers’ choice award for the top book of the year as chosen by thousands of high school students.

Liz’s other publications include time travel romance Out of Xibalba, the Tor Maddox “pink thrillers” series, and her most recent sci-fi release The Captain’s Kid. Her short fiction has appeared in Cosmos Magazine and numerous print anthologies.

Since 2016 she has also turned her hand to playwriting, and her short and long works are making their way to small stages.

At home in Cincinnati, Liz is surrounded by a fantastic community of writers, beaten regularly by better tennis players, uplifted by her choir, and adorned with hair by her cats Pippin and Merry.