Stonesong operates a traditional literary agency division, representing a wide range of authors. Agents at Stonesong include Alison Fargis, Judy Linden, Emmanuelle Morgen, Maria Ribas, and Leila Campoli.
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 and critically acclaimed properties and is actively looking for lifestyle, pop culture, health/wellness, diet, parenting, select middle grade and young adult fiction, and adult fiction that blurs the line between literary and commercial. Please no romance, high fantasy, true crime, poetry, or children’s picture books.
Her roster of cookbook clients include New York Times bestselling author Deb Perelman (The Smitten Kitchen Cookbook, Knopf), Matt Lewis and Renato Poliafito (Baked, Baked Explorations, Baked Elements, and Baked Occasions, Abrams), Erin Gleeson (The Forest Feast, Abrams), Amanda Rettke (Surprise Inside Cakes, William Morrow), Allison Kave (First Prize Pies, Abrams), April Peveteaux (Gluten is My Bitch, Abrams), and Diane Cu and Todd Porter (Bountiful, Abrams), among many others. Her craft and parenting authors include Blair Stocker (Wise Craft, Running Press), Jaime Morrison Curtis (Prudent Advice, Andrews McMeel, My Prudent Advice, Chronicle, and Pretty Prudent Home, Abrams), Jacinda Boneau (Pretty Prudent Home, Abrams), and Susan B. Anderson (Kids’ Knitting Workshop, Artisan).
In fiction for children she represents New York Times bestselling author Michael Buckley (The Sisters Grimm series, NERDS series, Kel Gilligan’s Daredevil Stunt Show, Amulet, Hellfire Commandos, Abrams Comic Arts, and Undertow, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Kids), Stephanie Diaz (Extraction trilogy, St. Martin’s Press), Mikaela Everett (The Unquiet, Greenwillow Books), Michael Teitelbaum (The Very Thirsty Vampire, The Very Hungry Zombie, Skyhorse Press, Backyard Sports series, Grosset & Dunlap, and The Scary States of America, Delacorte). In fiction for adults she represents Alex Myers (Revolutionary, Simon & Schuster) and Elizabeth Hall (Miramont’s Ghost, Lake Union Publishing).
Judy Linden is always on the lookout for fresh voices and bold, new ideas and projects in the following categories: cookbooks and diet, design and style, fashion, exercise and health, relationships, parenting, pop culture, popular psychology/self empowerment, business, memoirs, and select fiction. Her cooking and craft authors include Saveur’s 2014 Reader’s Choice Best Food Blogger Jeanine Donofrio’s The Love & Lemons Lookbook (Penguin), Karen Mordechai’s The Sunday Suppers Cookbook (Clarkson Potter), celebrity dessert stylist Amy Atlas Sweet Designs: Bake It, Craft It, Style It (Hyperion/Disney), two-time James Beard Finalist and Cannelle et Vanille’s creator Aran Goyoaga Small Plates and Sweet Treats: My Family’s Journey to Gluten-free Cooking (Little, Brown), Paul Lowe’s Sweet Paul Eat & Make (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), Jamie Geller’s Joy Of Kosher (HarperCollins), Livia Cetti’s The Exquisite Book of Paper Flowers (STC), Steph Hung and Erin Jang’s Make & Give (Roost Books), Patti Paige’s You Can’t Judge a Cookie By Its Cutter (Grand Central Life & Style), Christina Suarez’s No Bake Makery (Grand Central Life & Style), Yvonne Ruperti’s One Bowl Baking (Running Press), among others. 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). Pop Culture authors include SF Girl By Bay’s Victoria Smith’s See San Francisco (Chronicle Books) and Instagram sensation Andrew Knapp’s Find Momo Coast-to-Coast (Quirk). 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 and prescriptive nonfiction books.
In adult fiction, she represents general fiction, women’s fiction and romance, fantasy and science fiction, and historical fiction. Her adult fiction clients include Alison Atlee (The Typewriter Girl, Gallery/Simon & Schuster), Cecilia Grant (A Lady Awakened, Bantam), Alissa Johnson (An Unexpected Gentleman, Berkley), Sugar Jamison (Dangerous Curves Ahead, St. Martin’s Press), Ginger Jamison (Liberty, Harlequin), K.S. Merbeth (Bite, forthcoming from Orbit), Jeanette Murray (One Night with a Quarterback, Berkley), Lori Reisenbichler (Eight Minutes, Lake Union) and Danielle Younge-Ullman (Falling Under, Plume). She is also open to the right mystery, crime, or suspense novel.
Her nonfiction clients include Jackson Mackenzie (Psychopath Free, forthcoming from Berkley), Catherine McCall (Never Tell, a U.K. bestseller), Georg Rauch (Unlikely Warrior, Farrar, Strauss BFYR), M.E. Thomas (Confessions of a Sociopath, Crown), and Candace Walsh (Licking the Spoon, Seal Press).
In children’s books, she focuses on YA. Her authors include Kathleen Peacock (The Hemlock Trilogy, Katherine Tegen Books), Louise Rozett (Confessions of an Angry Girl, Harlequin Teen), Amy Tintera (Reboot, HarperTeen), Danielle Younge-Ullman (Lola Carlyle’s 12-Step Romance, Entangled Teen) and Kat Zhang (What’s Left of Me, HarperTeen). Emmanuelle is not the best choice for funny middle grade, chapter books or picture books.
Maria Ribas focuses on both narrative and prescriptive nonfiction, specializing in cookbooks, home design, personal development, popular psychology, health and fitness, business, pop culture, and select memoir.
She’s on the lookout for authors with established platforms and unique voices who know how to make a topic come alive in fresh and unexpected ways. Please no fiction, children’s books, poetry, or screenplays.
Maria has worked on books such as Too Cute Puppies and Too Cute Kittens by Animal Planet, Damn Delicious by Chungah Rhee, Finding Peace When Your Heart is in Pieces by Dr. Paul Coleman, 52 Ways to Live a Kick-Ass Life by Andrea Owen, The Wellness Kitchen by Paulette Lambert, Cheesecake Love by Jocelyn Brubaker, Handmade Walls by Ashley and Jamin Mills, Do Less by Rachel Jonat, The Everyday Fermentation Handbook by Branden Byers, Kids are Terrific by Jenny Schoberl, The $50 Home Makeover by Shaunna West, The Organically Clean Home by Becky Rapinchuk, Everyday Grain-Free Baking by Kelly Smith, 150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids by Asia Citro, and The Twentysomething Guide to Getting It Together by Mary Traina, among others.
Leila Campoli represents prescriptive and narrative nonfiction projects in business, science, technology, history, current events, and self improvement.
Her ideal author has a strong platform, groundbreaking ideas, and unique style. She’s particularly interested in books that offer a window into remarkable lives and little known operations. Please no fiction, poetry, or screenplays.
Some of her previous titles include: David Hoffeld’s The Science of Selling, Elaine Pofeldt’s The Million-Dollar One-Person Business, Mark D. White’s The Illusion of Wellbeing, Gudrun Johnsen’s Bringing Down the Banking Industry, Deborah Gregory’s Unmasking Financial Psychopaths, and Matt Ragas and Ron Culp’s Business Essentials for Strategic Communicators.