We know the time and effort you put into your writing. Our underlying policy is that we only sign work we are as enthusiastic about as you are. We will support you up to and through the publication process. We'll see it through... full circle. We provide a variety of services to our clients, including:
- Publisher placement
- Subrights sales: world, foreign, film and television through our network of co-agents
- Champion the promotion of your book before, during and after publication
- Provide an experienced liaison between you and your publisher
- Help you think about and plan your writing career long-term!
Adriana Dominguez has 15 years of experience in publishing, most recently as Executive Editor at HarperCollins Children's Books, where she managed the children's division of the Latino imprint, Rayo. Prior to that, she was Children's Reviews Editor at Criticas magazine, published by Library Journal. She has performed editorial work for many children's and adult publishers, both on a full time basis and as a freelance consultant, on English and Spanish language books. Adriana is also a professional translator who has worked on a number of translations of award-winning and best-selling children's books, and one of the founders of the Comadres y Compadres Writers Conference in New York City. Adriana joined Full Circle in 2009, and is based on the East Coast. She is interested in children's picture books, middle grade novels, and literary young adult novels. On the adult side, she is looking for literary and women's works of fiction that feature characters with unique voices telling unforgettable stories. In the area of non-fiction, she seeks pop culture, and how-to titles geared toward women of all ages, written by authors with rock-solid platforms. Adriana has a long trajectory of publishing underrepresented authors and illustrators, and welcomes submissions that offer diverse points of view. Her client list includes seasoned authors such as Reyna Grande, Las Comadres Para Las Americas, Tim Z. Hernandez, Lorena Siminovich, Alma Flor Ada, F. Isabel Campoy, and Rafael Lopez, as well as newcomers such as Angela Cervantes, Katheryn Russell-Brown, and Lila Quintero-Weaver, among others.
When not working - which is rare - Adriana can be found at the nearest airport, waiting to be whisked away from it all; along with publishing and her family, travel is her biggest passion!
Please note Adriana is not accepting short stories, poetry, romance, thrillers, mysteries, science fiction, fantasy, dystopian, paranormal, or Spanish language only submissions.
Adriana will be on faculty at the following conferences in 2013:
SCBWI LA Writer's Days, March 9-10
Writers Digest Conference, New York City, April 6, 2013
Philadelphia Writers Conference, June 7-9
Comadres y Compadres Writers Conference, New York, October
Push to Publish, Lower Marion, PA, October
National Latino Children's Literature Conference, March 13-15, 2014
National Latino Writers Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 23-25, 2014
Taylor Martindale is a new member of Full Circle Literary, actively acquiring fiction and non-fiction projects. She began agenting with the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency and is a graduate of The College of William and Mary, where she studied English and Hispanic Studies.
Taylor is looking for young adult fiction, literary middle grade fiction, women's fiction, and select non-fiction projects. She is interested in finding unique and unforgettable voices in contemporary, historical and/or multicultural novels. She is looking for books that demand to be read whether the stories are light-hearted or address important issues (she adores both). More than anything, Taylor is looking for character-driven stories that bring the world vividly to life and voices that refuse to be ignored. When considering non-fiction projects, Taylor uses much the same approach, and hopes to find authors with fresh ideas and perspectives, with writing that is accessible, entertaining, and compelling.
When not working, Taylor can be found traveling, cooking, spending time with loved ones, or (surprise!) lost in a good book. Taylor will be on faculty at the following conferences in 2013:
Ontario Library Writers Panel, January 23
San Francisco Writers Conference, Feb. 14-17
Atlanta Writers Conference, May 10-11
Santa Barbara Writers Conference, Santa Barbara California, June 8-13, 2012
Writers League of Texas Writers Conference, Austin, TX, June 21-23
SCBWI Annual Conference, Los Angeles, August 2-5
Sara Sciuto is a new member of Full Circle Literary. A recent graduate of the University of California, San Diego, Sara also completed literature coursework at NYU. Before joining Full Circle, she gained valuable experience working on film and foreign rights with the Taryn Fagerness Agency.
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Sara is very actively building her list with a focus on middle grade and young adult, in particular, dystopian, science fiction, fantasy, gothic/thriller/horror, historical, and unique paranormal. She also enjoys contemporary stories with a strong, authentic voice (but no chick-lit, please). She has a particular soft spot for gritty narratives, anything with international or regional locales, period settings, and anything with artistic themes.
Sara is also looking for standout picture books, especially those with a quirky or humorous narrative. She's also considering select nonfiction in the areas of craft, design, how-to, lifestyle, and pop culture. Currently, she is NOT considering any adult fiction (all genres).
Her great passions in life are travel and good food - and good books, of course, but that goes without saying! While she's always cultivating new obsessions, her latest are photography and sailing. Sara will be on faculty at the following conferences in 2013:
Las Vegas Writers Conference, Apr. 18-20
Willamette Writers Conference, August 2-4
is co-founder of Full Circle Literary. Prior to agenting, she worked in editorial and marketing with Penguin and Harcourt. Stefanie represents children's books from baby to teen, as well as select adult nonfiction and fiction. On the adult side, her focus is on family-interest, craft/design/lifestyle, and creative how-to books. Representative clients include: Meg Mateo Ilasco, Joy Cho of Oh Joy!, Barb Blair of Knack Studios, Betz White, and Kelly McCants of Modern June, among others.
On the children's side, she is especially seeking middle grade fiction and nonfiction. For younger readers: author/illustrators, character-driven stories, and picture books that celebrate cultures of all kinds. Representative clients include Monica Brown, Jennifer Ward, Toni Buzzeo, Rafael Lopez, Sara Palacios, Diana Lopez, among others. Stefanie is thrilled to work with children's book writers with a distinct style or expertise that can crossover to the adult market. She enjoys unique nonfiction, stories that keep boys reading, and books that inspire imagination of the young and young-at-heart. Most of all, she loves authentic voices and viewpoints that make us look at the world and ourselves in new ways. A native of Texas, she is now based in southern California. When not reading, she is probably searching for green fig beetles or exploring tidepools with her son. Stefanie will be on faculty at the following conferences in 2013:
SCBWI Annual Conference, Los Angeles, August 2-5
SCBWI San Francisco (North and East Bay) Fall Conference, Oakland, California, October 19
Lilly Ghahremani is a founding member of Full Circle Literary. She holds a JD from UCLA School of Law, an MBA in Marketing from San Diego State, and a BA in English Literature from University of Michigan, Ann Arbor (Go Blue!). Please note Lilly is not accepting submissions (except by limited referral), and wishes you the best with your book!