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Fuse Literary promotes Carlisle Webber to Agent
Gordon Warnock, Co-founder and Partner at Fuse, said, "Carlisle has the kind of all-in, comprehensive approach to author management that we love at Fuse. Her promotion today is reflective of her success not only with books but with dramatic rights and alternative methods of storytelling."
With a master's degree in library and information science from the University of Pittsburgh and professional certificates in publishing from New York's Columbia University and editing from the University of California, Berkeley, Ms. Webber started her career at Writers House and the Jane Rotrosen Agency in New York City.
Her experience as a youth librarian and a copyeditor for Yen Press, a division of Hachette Book Group, rounds out her impressive resume. She belongs to the American Copy Editors Society and Bay Area Editors' Forum, and she considers herself to be an editorial agent.
Carlisle says, "I've always approached agenting with the attitude that I represent authors, not books. When I look for clients, I want people I can work with for their entire careers in whatever creative writing format finds them. There are many publication opportunities available to writers these days, and I want to help them find as many as possible."
As an agent, Carlisle primarily seeks commercial adult fiction as well as high-concept middle grade and young adult manuscripts.
About Fuse Literary
Fuse Literary is creating the literary agency of the future, blending the knowledge and skills of traditional book publishing with the brash new opportunities engendered by digital publishing, self-publishing, ebooks, social media, and technology. The company has agents in California, New York, Texas, North Dakota, and Vancouver. Founding partners Laurie McLean and Gordon Warnock are joined by agents Margaret Bail, Karly Caserza, Connor Goldsmith, Emily Keyes, Veronica Park, Michelle Richter, Tricia Skinner, and Carlisle Webber, in house publicist Estelle Hallick, agency scout Jen Karsbaek, and a variety of interns and assistants. For more, visit fuseliterary.com or follow us on Twitter @FuseLiterary.
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Laurie McLean, email@example.com
Carlisle Webber, firstname.lastname@example.org