Stonesong operates a traditional literary agency division, representing a wide range of authors. Agents at Stonesong include Alison Fargis, Judy Linden, Emmanuelle Morgen, and Sarah Passick.
Collectively, we contribute to or participate in the following literary and educational programs: the Rosedale Center for Girls, the New England Society in the City of New York, Room to Write, the Women’s Media Group fellowship program, and Books for Africa.
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Alison Fargis represents a wide range of commercially successful properties and is actively looking for lifestyle, pop culture, how-to, fashion, health/wellness, diet, parenting, and select children’s fiction and adult fiction that blurs the line between literary and commercial.
Her cookbook authors include Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito (Baked, Baked Explorations and Baked Elements, Abrams/STC), Deb Perelman (The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, Knopf), Adam Roberts (Secrets of the Best Chefs, Artisan), Linda Hinton Brown and Norrinda Brown Hayat (The Brown Betty Cookbook, Wiley), Hollis Wilder (Savory Bites, Abrams/STC), Amanda Rettke (Surprise Inside Cakes, William Morrow), Allison Kave (First Prize Pies, Abrams/STC), April Peveteaux (Gluten is My Bitch, Abrams), Caitlin Van Horn(The Season We Feast, Ten Speed Press), Anya Kassoff and Masha Davydova (Golubka, Roost Books), and Diane Cu and Todd Porter (Bountiful, Abrams/STC). Her craft and parenting authors include Khris Cochran (The DIY Bride, The DIY Bride Crafty Countdown, and The DIY Bride Affair to Remember, Taunton Press), Jaime Morrison Curtis (Prudent Advice, Andrews McMeel and My Prudent Advice, Chronicle), Ryan Maconochie (This Is Your Book, Abrams/STC), and Blair Stocker and EJ Armstrong (Wise Craft, Running Press). Her humor authors include Andrew Kipple, Adam Kipple, and Luke Wherry (People of Walmart, People of Walmart 2, Sourcebooks), Charles Dane Sherwood (2,001 Things to Do Before You Die, Barnes & Noble and Life’s Little Destruction Book, St. Martin’s Press), and Kristen Henson (Super Smutty Sign Language, St. Martin’s Press). Alison also represents Jim Myers, aka WWE superstar George “The Animal” Steele (The Man Behind the Animal, Triumph Books).
In fiction for children she represents New York Times bestselling author Michael Buckley (The Sisters Grimm series, NERDS series, and Kel Gilligan’s Daredevil Stunt Show, Amulet Books, and Hellfire Commandos, Abrams ComicArts) and Michael Teitelbaum (The Very Hungry Zombie, Skyhorse Publishing, Backyard Sports series, Grosset & Dunlap and The Scary States of America, Delacorte). In fiction for adults she represents Alex Myers (Revolutionary, Simon & Schuster).
Judy Linden is always on the lookout for fresh voices and bold, new ideas and projects in the following categories: cookbooks and diet, design, fashion, exercise and health, relationships, parenting, pop culture, popular psychology business, spirituality, and select fiction. Her cooking and craft authors include celebrity dessert stylist Amy Atlas Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It (Hyperion/Disney), Cannelle et Vanille’s Aran Goyoaga Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-free Cooking (Little, Brown), Sweet Paul’s Paul Lowe Sweet Paul Eat & Make (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), Jamie Geller’s Joy Of Kosher (HarperCollins), Karen Mordechai’s Sunday Suppers: Gatherings and Recipes (Clarkson Potter), Livia Cetti’s Petals and Paperie: Blooming Designs and Irresistible Projects to Make Out of Paper (STC), Patti Paige’s You Can’t Judge a Cookie By Its Cutter (Hachette), Christina Suarez’s No Bake Makery (Little, Brown), and Yvonne Ruperti’s One Bowl Baking (Running Press). Home Interior authors include Design Sponge’s Grace Bonney (Book 2, to come) and Bright Bazaar’s Will Taylor Making Color Work for You (St. Martins). Fashion authors include Charla Krupp New York Times Bestselling How Not to Look Old (Grand Central Press, twenty-four weeks on the bestseller lists), Today show regular Amy E. Goodman Wear This, Toss That (Atria/Simon and Schuster). Self-Empowerment and General Non-Fiction authors include Executive Producer Marsha Benko’s Antiques Roadshow: Behind the Scenes (Fireside/S&S), child development expert and Today show regular Dr. Robyn Silverman Good Girls Don’t Get Fat, and books with Petfinder.com, Why Files.org: The Science Behind the News, Shape magazine, Keller-Williams Realty, The American Yoga Association, Men’s Fitness magazine, among others.
Emmanuelle Morgen represents adult and children’s fiction, as well as memoir and select narrative nonfiction books.
In children’s books, she represents YA and middle grade. Her authors include 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).
In adult books, she represents general fiction, women’s fiction and romance, historical fiction, science fiction and fantasy, and a certain kind of thriller. Her adult fiction clients include Dear Author contributor Alison Atlee (The Typewriter Girl, Gallery/Simon & Schuster), RITA nominees Alissa Johnson (An Unexpected Gentleman, Berkley) and Marcella Burnard (Enemy Within, Berkley), Cecilia Grant (A Lady Awakened, Bantam), Kelli Maine (Taken, Hachette), Katja Millay (The Sea of Tranquility), Jeanette Murray (The Officer Says “I Do”, Sourcebooks), Kat Murray (Taking the Reins, Kensington), Christina Phillips (Forbidden, Berkley), Sugar Jamison (Dangerous Curves Ahead, St. Martin’s Press), and Danielle Younge-Ullman (Falling Under, Plume).
Her nonfiction sales include family therapist Catherine McCall’s UK bestseller When the Piano Stops (Seal Press), M.E. Thomas’s Confessions of a Sociopath (Crown), and food writer and memoirist Candace Walsh’s Licking the Spoon (Seal Press).
Sarah Passick, Editorial Assistant, is a recent graduate from Tulane Univeristy and the New York University Publishing Institute. She is interested in acquiring narrative nonfiction and pop culture titles from and for twenty-somethings.