Full Agent Profile: Uwe Stender



NAME

Uwe Stender

AGENCY
TriadaUS Literary Agency
AAR MEMBER
Yes
EMAIL
uwe@triadaus.com
AGENCY WEB SITE
http://www.triadaus.com



FICTION GENRES
Literary Fiction | Science Fiction | Chick Lit | Crime | Mystery | Commercial Fiction | Fantasy | Women's Fiction | Historical Fiction | Young Adult | Thrillers/Suspense | Children's | Multi-Cultural | Offbeat/Quirky | Middle Grade
NONFICTION GENRES

History | Sports | Celebrity | Biography | Food & Lifestyle | Politics | Science | Parenting | How-To | Drama/Music | Multi-Cultural | Self-Help | Memoirs | Travel | Adventure/True Story | Dating/Relationships | Current Affairs | Business | Women's Issues | Pop Culture | Narrative | Psychology | Health & Fitness | Gardening | Nature/Ecology | Pets | Military | Film & Entertainment | True Crime | Cultural/Social Issues | Humor | Journalism | Juvenile | Gift Books

CURRENT STATUS
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    • We are aggressively looking for all sorts of of the genres in Fiction and Non Fiction as listed above.
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    NEW DEALS
    Fiction | Young Adult
    Jessica Bayliss's TEN AFTER CLOSING, chronicling the events before and after a hold-up at Cafe Flores, during which two teens from very different backgrounds are held hostage and explore a relationship that might have been, all while scheming to stay alive, to Alison Weiss at Sky Pony Press, for publication in Spring 2018, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency

    Non-Fiction | Celebrity | Pop Culture
    Director and Producer Rocky Lang and film historian Barbara Hall's LETTERS FROM HOLLYWOOD, chronicling the history of Hollywood from the Golden Age through the pre-email era of the 1980s via letters from the most notable and talented industry names, to David Cashion at Abrams, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Lauren Smulski at Harlequin Teen has acquired Coral And Pearl by Mara Rutherford. This YA debut fantasy follows a young woman from a village in the sea who must impersonate her twin on land to save everyone she loves from a tyrannical prince. Publication is planned for Fall 2019; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency represented the author for World English Rights.

    Fiction | Thrillers/Suspense
    Annette Rogers at Poisoned Pen Press has acquired Beyond The Grave by Judy Clemens. In this fifth installment of the Grim Reaper Mysteries, the Grim Reaper accompanies hapkido blackbelt Casey Maldonado to the Pacific Northwest, where they investigate a decades-old Halloween murder, fight off drunken rednecks, and re-discover the meaning of Home. Publication is planned for Summer 2018. Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency represented the author for World English Rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    T.S. Ferguson at Harlequin Teen has acquired TIFFANY SLY LIVES HERE NOW author (and star of Heroes and Glee) Dana L. Davis’s THE VOICE IN MY HEAD. When Indigo Phillips hears a voice in her head telling her she can save her terminally-ill twin sister’s life, she delays her medically-assisted suicide to drag her family on a road trip filled with drama, fighting, forgiveness, and eventually, closure. Publication is planned for summer 2019; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency brokered the deal for World English rights.

    Fiction | Children's
    Lisa Rosinsky at Barefoot Books has acquired world rights excluding Iran to THE BOOK TREE by Paul Czajak illustrated by Rashin Kheiriyeh. The picture book tells the story of a reactionary mayor who bans all the books in his town, and the imaginative boy who shows him that suppressing people's stories only encourages them to blossom more beautifully than ever. Publication is slated for fall 2018, Uwe Stender and Brent Taylor at TriadaUS represented the author, and Carrie Hannigan at Hannigan Salky Getzler represented the illustrator.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Erin Clarke at Knopf has bought Kate Hattemer’s new YA novel, The Last Chance Dance, the story of a teenage girl who challenges the traditions at her private school, while exploring idealism vs. reality, friendship vs. sex, and the knotty complications of tradition and privilege. Publication is slated for spring 2020; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency negotiated the deal for world English rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Mary Fan's STRONGER THAN A BRONZE DRAGON, a steampunk fantasy set in a world inspired by Qing dynasty China, where a warrior girl teams up with a young thief to save her village from shadow spirits, but after arriving at the Courts of Hell, a discovery challenges everything they know about who the real enemy is, to Lauren Knowles at Page Street, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Women's Fiction
    Author of THE RESTAURANT CRITIC’S WIFE and NOT PERFECT, Elizabeth LaBan's BESIDE HERSELF, in which a woman finds out her husband had an affair and he proposes she do the same to even the score and keep the marriage intact--a story about how marriage doesn’t necessarily follow a straight line and unexpected detours might just bring you back to the place you most want to be, to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Children's
    Emma Ledbetter at Atheneum has acquired Skulls! by Blair Thornburgh, illustrated by Scott Campbell. This hilarious nonfiction picture book is all about…skulls! They give your face a good shape. They have holes in them for sounds, for light, for air, and for grilled cheese sandwiches. You’re lucky to have such a good bone in your body! Publication is planned for Summer 2019; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency represented the author, and Steven Malk at Writers House represented the illustrator in the deal for world rights.

    Fiction | Women's Fiction
    Summer Heacock's FINDER'S FEE, about an assistant editor in NYC who's laid off and forced to take a job cleaning out abandoned storage units and the humorous antics that ensue when she finds potential blackmail material and is torn between doing the right thing and selling out a famous British actor for money, to Lauren Smulski at Mira, for publication in Summer 2018, by Brent Taylor and Uwe Stender at the TriadaUS Literary Agency (NA).

    Fiction | Children's
    Paul Czajak's TREES MAKE PERFECT PETS, about a girl whose birthday wish comes true when she receives a dogwood tree as her very own pet, to Annie Berger at Sourcebooks. Cathy Gendron will illustrate, publication is set for spring 2019. Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency represented the author, and Christy T.Ewers at Christina A. Tugeau Artist Agency represented the illustrator.

    Non-Fiction | History
    FLIGHT 93 author Tom McMillan's GETTYSBURG REBELS, about five young men who grew up in Gettysburg, moved south to Virginia in the 1850s and returned as invaders with Robert E. Lee's Confederate army in July 1863, to Alex Novak at Regnery History, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).

    Fiction | Middle Grade
    Erin Clarke at Knopf has acquired world rights for Here Comes Trouble, a middle grade novel by Kate Hattemer, about a sixth grader whose school year is shaken up when his cooler-than-thou Brooklynite cousin comes to “study abroad” with his family in small-town Minnesota. Publication is scheduled for fall 2017; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS negotiated the deal.

    Non-Fiction | Parenting | Nature/Ecology
    Author of THE KIDS' OUTDOOR ADVENTURE BOOK Stacy Tornio with Jack Tornio's 101 OUTDOOR ADVENTURES TO HAVE BEFORE YOU GROW UP, offering up activities, games, and challenges to get kids ages 8-12 in the outdoors and loving it, to Katie Benoit at Globe Pequot, for publication in spring 2019, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (NA).

    Fiction | Children's
    In a four book deal Alyson Heller at Aladdin/Simon & Schuster has bought Dee Romito's FORT BUILDERS series about two best friends, who are determined to earn some spending money, start a fort building company and must navigate the challenges of being pint-size business owners.Publication of Book One is planned for Summer 2020. Uwe Stender at Triada US Literary Agency negotiated the deal for World Rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Natashya Wilson at Inkyard Press has acquired Alechia Dow’s debut The Sound of Stars, a young adult novel set in the near-future featuring a captive teen human and a young alien leader, bonded by their love of forbidden books and music, who embark on a desperate road trip as they attempt to overturn alien rule and save humankind. Publication is projected for Winter 2020; Uwe Stender at Triada US Literary negotiated the deal for North American rights.

    Non-Fiction | Parenting
    Authors of THINK LIKE A BABY and creators of doctoranddad.com Andy Ankowski and Amber Ankowski's HOW TO RAISE A BOOKMONSTER: THE JOYFUL WAY TO TURN YOUR CHILD INTO A FEARLESS, RAVENOUS READER, a playful guide for parents on how to nurture their distracted, plugged-in child into a voracious bookmonster, to Batya Rosenblum at The Experiment, for publication in fall 2020, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency(world).

    Non-Fiction | Nature/Ecology
    Co-author of The Kids' Outdoor Adventure Book Ken Keffer's EARTH YEAR, a collection structured around phenology of 365 daily facets of natural history, including animals, plants, weather, geology, astronomy, and more that explores the universal patterns of nature across North America from January 1st to December 31st, to Kate Rogers at Mountaineers Books, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (NA).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    A LOVE HATE THING by Whitney D. Grandison, featuring an It girl from a wealthy coastal community who clashes with a former childhood friend when he moves in with her family after tragedy strikes, wreaking havoc with her summer plans, her friendships and her heart, to Natashya Wilson at Inkyard Press, by Uwe Stender at Triada US (World English).

    Non-Fiction | History
    Author of Gettysburg Rebels: Five Native Sons Who Came Home To Fight As Confederate Soldiers Tom McMillan's OUR FLAG WAS STILL THERE, which reveals how generations of the enduring military family, the Armisteads, defended, fought, hid, but ultimately preserved the original Star Spangled Banner from the War of 1812 through the end of the Civil War--ultimately donating it to the Smithsonian Institution where it is displayed today, to Alex Novak at Regnery History, in a nice deal, in an exclusive submission, for publication in June 2020, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Children's
    SKULLS! author Blair Thornburgh's SECOND BANANA, illustrated by MAE'S FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL author/illustrator Kate Berube, about navigating the disappointment of being cast as second banana in the class play...figuratively...or literally, to Emma Ledbetter at Abrams, for publication in fall 2020, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency for the author, and by Lori Kilkelly at LK Literary Agency for the illustrator (world).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Lauren Knowles at Page Street has acquired world rights to Adiba Jaigirdar's THE HENNA WARS. When Dimple Met Rishi meets Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda in this rom com about two teen girls with rival henna businesses who fall in love. Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency negotiated the deal.

    Non-Fiction | Parenting | Nature/Ecology
    Co-author of The Kids' Outdoor Adventure Book Stacy Tornio's THE ULTIMATE BOOK OF SCAVENGER HUNTS, a book which will help turn every outdoor outing (whether in the city or the countryside, the beach or the mountains) into a scavenger hunt, giving your family plenty of things to look for, discover, and learn about in nature, to Katie Benoit at Falcon Guides, by Uwe Stender at Triada US (NA).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Author of THE VOICE IN MY HEAD Dana L. Davis's ROMAN AND JEWEL, which tells the story of teen actors Jerzie, an understudy, and Zeppelin, the leading man who headlines with Cinny, an international R&B superstar, in a hip-hopera Broadway musical, Roman and Jewel: a fantastical re-imagining of Romeo and Juliet starring a diverse cast of characters, to Natashya Wilson at Inkyard Press by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Non-Fiction | Memoirs
    Star of the #1 daytime drama The Young and The Restless Melody Thomas Scott's ALWAYS YOUNG AND RESTLESS, a memoir covering her career (and life struggles) from a child actress (i.e. Hitchcock's Marnie) to becoming the longest-serving and beloved daytime actress on television in the same role, written with Dana L. Davis, to Mark Weinstein at Diversion Books, for publication in summer 2020, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Annie Berger at Sourcebooks Fire has bought Jesse Sutanto’s debut The Obsession and a second novel. Pitched as a YA version of You meets Enough, it follows the classic story of boy meets girl, boy stalks girl, girl gets her revenge. Publication is scheduled for spring 2021; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency negotiated the deal for world English rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Mara Rutherford's KINGDOM OF SEA AND STONE, the sequel to her forthcoming YA debut CROWN OF CORAL AND PEARL, following twin sisters on a quest to save their people and restore the rightful Queen of Ilara to her long-lost throne, to Lauren Smulski at Inkyard Press, in a nice deal, for publication in fall 2020, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Fiction | Women's Fiction
    Lauren Smulski at Inkyard Press has acquired, on exclusive submission, Summer Heacock and Eric Smith's Origin Story, an #OwnVoices YA contemporary about two adoptees from very different backgrounds grappling with the question of what it really means to be family. Publication is scheduled for summer 2021; Brent Taylor and Uwe Stender at Triada US represented Heacock, and Dawn Frederick at Red Sofa Literary represented Smith in the deal for World English rights.

    Fiction | Fantasy | Young Adult
    Author of CROWN OF CORAL AND PEARL Mara Rutherford's LUMINOUS, this YA fantasy follows a young witch who must remain hidden to avoid discovery by other witches who would seek to drain her power. But when her sister is taken by the kingdom's chief warlock, she'll have to step out of the shadows to save her family, to Bess Braswell at Inkyard, with Connolly Bottum editing, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Fiction | Horror | Young Adult
    Lauren Knowles at Page Street Publishing has acquired world English rights for Tori Bovalino’s Ink. When Tess and Eliot stumble upon an ancient book hidden beneath their school library, they accidentally release a demon from his book-bound prison, and he’ll stop at nothing to stay free. Publication is slated for Spring 2021; Uwe Stender and Amelia Appel at TriadaUS Literary Agency negotiated the deal.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Natashya Wilson at Inkyard Press has acquired The Right Side of Reckless, a YA rom-com by Whitney D. Grandison (A Love Hate Thing). A troubled boy in need of a fresh start meets a girl who is off limits, sparking forbidden friendship and maybe more when their paths cross at the local community center. Publication is slated for summer 2021; Uwe Stender at Triada US brokered the deal for world English rights.

    Fiction | Middle Grade | Graphic Novels
    Liesa Abrams at Aladdin has bought, in a six-figure preempt, world rights to SORT OF SUPER, plus an untitled sequel by Eric Gapstur. The middle grade graphic novel is about a boy whose accidental superpowers become the first clue in solving his mother's disappearance. Publication is slated for spring 2022; Uwe Stender and Brent Taylor at Triada US brokered the deal.

    Fiction | Fantasy | Young Adult
    Connolly Bottum at Inkyard Press has acquired The Poison Season by Mara Rutherford (Crown of Coral and Pearl), an atmospheric fantasy in which a girl unintentionally draws a stranger to her island with her magic, leaving her with a choice—rescue him from the lake, or risk betraying her insulated community’s safety and customs. Is everything the elders taught her of outsiders true, or is there something more sinister surrounding their island than its poisonous waters? Publication is scheduled for fall 2022; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency brokered the two-book deal for World rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Molly Horan's EPICALLY EARNEST, pitched as a queer contemporary retelling of Oscar Wilde's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST, in which a high school senior must decide who she wants to be on the eve of high school graduation against the backdrop of birth, adopted, and found families, all the while finding the time to fall in love with the girl of her dreams, to Lily Kessinger at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Children's, in a nice deal, for publication in spring 2022, by Elle Thompson and Uwe Stender at Triada US (world English).

    Fiction | Children's
    Nancy Paulsen at Nancy Paulsen Books/Penguin has acquired world rights to Molly Horan's debut picture book I Have Seven Dogs about an inventive girl who can’t have a dog in her apartment and figures out a way to connect with the many beloved dogs in her community. Dana Wulfekotte will illustrate, publication is slated for 2023. Uwe Stender at Triada US represented the author, and Sean McCarthy at McCarthy Literary Agency represented the illustrator.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Author of the forthcoming THE DEVIL MAKES THREE Tori Bovalino's NOT GOOD FOR MAIDENS, a horror-fantasy retelling of Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market" pitched as SALEM'S LOT meets THE DARKEST PART OF THE FOREST, to Lauren Knowles at Page Street, in an exclusive submission, for publication in spring 2022, by Uwe Stender and Amelia Appel at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Non-Fiction | Nature/Ecology
    Author of EARTH ALMANAC Ken Keffer's KNOWING THE TREES: 101 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE FOREST, an accessible guide to practical forest knowledge, comprised of one-hundred-and-one (101) facts or anecdotes about trees and organized by the lifecycle of a tree, to Kate Rogers at Mountaineers Books, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Young Adult | Thrillers/Suspense
    Eliza Swift at Sourcebooks Fire has acquired The Gamemaster’s Society by Chelsea Ichaso (Little Creeping Things). In this YA thriller, Maren joins her elite boarding school’s secret society in hopes of finding information about her missing best friend, but when the society’s games take a dark turn, she’ll have to figure out how to win before someone winds up dead. Publication is set for spring 2022; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS negotiated the two-book deal for World English rights.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Claudia Gabel at Harper Collins has bought world rights to A MILLION TO ONE by Adiba Jaigirdar (The Henna Wars), a high-stakes and romantic heist YA novel set on the Titanic, in which four girls team up to steal a priceless jewel-encrusted book on board the infamous ship. Publication is scheduled for spring 2022; Uwe Stender at Triada US represented the author.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Foyinsi Adegbonmire at Feiwel & Friends has acquired DONUT FALL IN LOVE and an Untitled YA from Adiba Jaigirdar (The Henna Wars). DONUT FALL IN LOVE is a sweet and pun-filled YA contemporary romance about Shireen, a Bangladeshi Irish girl still healing from a breakup with her ex-girlfriend, and who can think of nothing batter than to win the Junior Irish Baking Show, a Great British Bake Off-style reality competition. Even if it means competing against her ex and another contestant that she may be falling for. Publication is planned for Spring 2023 and Spring 2024 respectively. Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary negotiated the deal for North American rights.

    Non-Fiction | How-To | Gardening
    Author of Plants You Can't Kill Stacy Tornio's BIRDS AND BEES GUIDE TO GARDENING, for gardeners who are ready to take their efforts to the next level by planting for birds, bees, butterflies, and other wildlife; goes beyond simple advice like "plant berry-producing shrubs for birds" and "plant nectar plants for bees;" lots of plant recommendations—nearly 200 in all, and including specific cultivars to look for, native planting advice, and sustainability facts and tips about how to garden organically, to Stacee Gravelle Lawrence at Timber Press, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Literary Fiction
    Lisa Williamson Rosenberg’s suspenseful and twisty untitled debut novel, in which an idyllic farmhouse in the Berkshires that was once a stop on the Underground Railroad is haunted by the spirits of African American freedom seekers who yearn to reunite with their family, to Selena James at Little A by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Non-Fiction | Dating/Relationships
    ?Multiamory Podcast hosts Dedeker Winston, Emily Matlack, and Jase Lindgren's MULTIAMORY: ESSENTIAL TOOLS FOR MODERN RELATIONSHIPS, a practical and inclusive toolkit for modern love, in which the popular advice podcast hosts draw on their expertise in non-traditional relationships and contemporary communication techniques to help readers navigate fulfilling, healthy and meaningful connections, to Hannah Bennett at Cleis Press, by Michael Bourret at Dystel, Goderich & Bourret and Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Young Adult | Short Stories
    Lauren Knowles at Page Street has acquired The Gathering Dark: An Anthology of Folk Horror, edited by Tori Bovalino, in which famous urban legends and new stories alike are brought to life in 13 dark, atmospheric stories. Contributing authors include Erin A. Craig, Chloe Gong, Erica Waters, Hannah Whitten, Allison Saft, Courtney Gould, Olivia Chadha, Alex Brown, Shakira Moise, and Tori Bovalino. Publication is planned for fall 2022; Amelia Appel, Brent Taylor, and Uwe Stender at Triada US negotiated the deal for world English rights.

    Non-Fiction | Parenting | Nature/Ecology
    Author of PLANTS YOU CAN'T KILL Stacy Tornio's ULTIMATE BOOK OF SCAVENGER HUNTS FOR THE NATIONAL PARKS, an activity book and travel guide covering all 63 US national parks where families will be challenged to find both unique and common objects in the parks, encouraging them to enjoy the great sights while they learn about the great lands they are visiting. This book will turn every trip to a national park into an outdoor adventure, to Stacee Gravelle Lawrence at Timber Press, by Uwe Stender at Triada USLiterary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Author of ROMAN AND JEWEL Dana Davis's SOMEBODY THAT I USED TO KNOW, in which a teen's childhood best friend—who she hasn't seen since he became the biggest teen musical artist in the world and practically ghosted her—comes to stay with her, turning her life upside down and ultimately leading to something more than friendship, to Tiffany Shelton at Skyscape, with Carmen Johnson editing, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in fall 2022, by Viana Siniscalchi at Alloy Entertainment and Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Fiction | Middle Grade | Graphic Novels
    Erin Clarke at Knopf has bought world rights to DEAR ROSIE, a debut middle grade graphic novel by Meghan Boehman and Rachael Briner. Starring a diverse cast of anthropomorphic Maryland wildlife, this semi-autobiographical graphic novel follows four middle-school girls as they confront the loss of their friend, banding together to heal their wounds and honor her memory. Publication is planned for summer 2023; Uwe Stender and Brent Taylor at Triada US negotiated the deal.

    Fiction | Young Adult
    Elle Gonzalez Rose's debut CAUGHT IN A BAD FAUXMANCE, a queer, Latinx YA rom-com pitched as To All the Boys I've Loved Before meets Schitt's Creek, in which an aspiring artist's winter vacation devolves into hijinks after his family's affluent long-time rivals challenge them to a bet that could cost his family their beloved lake cabin; but when the enemy's attractive son comes to him in desperate need of a fake boyfriend, he reluctantly agrees to set aside loathing for love to take down the other family once and for all, to Bria Ragin, Nicola Yoon, and David Yoon at Joy Revolution, for publication in fall 2023, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Non-Fiction | Narrative | Military
    Author of FLIGHT 93 and GETTYSBURG REBELS Tom McMillan's OUR FLAG WAS STILL THERE, revealing how generations of an enduring military family, the Armisteads, defended, fought, hid, but ultimately preserved the original Star Spangled Banner viewed by Francis Scott Key over Fort McHenry during the War of 1812, and finally donated it to the Smithsonian Institution where it is displayed today, to Alex Novak at Knox Press, for publication in June 2023, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).

    Fiction | Horror | Young Adult
    Author of THE DEVIL MAKES THREE and NOT GOOD FOR MAIDENS Tori Bovalino's MY THROAT AN OPEN GRAVE, in which a struggling high school student must brave the dangers of the wood that borders her small town to save her baby brother from the being that took him, and face the truth of how her life went so very wrong, to Lauren Knowles at Page Street, in an exclusive submission, for publication in winter 2024, by Amelia Appel and Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    Children's
    Alyson Heller at Aladdin has acquired world rights to Pies From Nowhere author Dee Romito’s Love Is In The Air, illustrated by Vivian Mineker. It is the story of aviation pioneer Nancy Love, who organized and directed the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron during World War II, the first women to fly military aircraft for the United States. Publication is planned for fall 2023; Uwe Stender at Triada US represented the author, and Anne Moore Armstrong at The Bright Agency represented the illustrator.

    Fiction | Women's Fiction
    Alina Khawaja's MAYA'S LAWS OF LOVE, a rom-com about an unlucky-in-love "curse" for Maya Mirza, because how unlucky is it that she may have finally met the man of her dreams while on her way to her own wedding, to Leah Mol at MIRA, for publication in the summer of 2024, by Uwe Stender with Annalie Buscarino at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world English).

    PAST/PRESENT CLIENTS
    Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now
    Author:   Dana L.Davis
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Harlequin Teen
    T.S. Ferguson and Natashya Wilson at Harlequin Teen have acquired at auction Heroes actress Dana L. Davis’s debut YA novel, Tiffany Sly Lives Here Now, the story of a teen girl who, in the wake of her mother’s death, travels from Chicago to LA to live with a father she has never known, and who may in fact not be her real father. Publication is planned for summer 2018; Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency negotiated the deal for World English rights.


    The Tragedy Paper
    Author:   Elizabeth LaBan
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Knopf
    Elizabeth LaBan's THE TRAGEDY PAPER, taking place in an exclusive private academy, where dramatic events are put into motion when an English teacher assigns his annual "Tragedy Paper," to Erin Clarke at Knopf Children's, for publication in 2012, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency.


    Love Isn't Supposed To Hurt
    Author:   Christi Paul
    Genres:   Memoirs
    Publisher:   Tyndale
    CNN HLN and TruTV's In Session News Anchor Christi Paul's memoir LOVE ISN'T SUPPOSED TO HURT, chronicling her experiences dealing with an emotionally abusive spouse, to Carol Traver at Tyndale, for publication in Summer of 2012, by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS Literary Agency.


    Race Baiter
    Author:   Eric Deggans
    Genres:   Memoirs | Cultural/Social Issues | Journalism
    Publisher:   Palgrave/Macmillan
    TV and media critic for the Tampa Bay Times and freelance NPR commentator Eric Deggans's RACE-BAITER, about how the media wields race and other cultural wedge issues to divide America in these crucial times, to Emily Carleton at Palgrave, for publication in 2012, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    The Kids' Outdoor Adventure Book
    Author:   Stacy Tornio and Ken Keffer
    Genres:   Parenting | Self-Help | Nature/Ecology
    Publisher:   Globe Pequot
    Editor of "Birds & Blooms" Stacy Tornio and Ken Keffer's THE KIDS' OUTDOOR ADVENTURE BOOK, an illustrated guide to getting a child back outdoors, to Katie Benoit Cardoso at Globe Pequot, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (NA).


    The Vigilante Poets Of Selwyn Academy
    Author:   Kate Hattemer
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Knopf
    Kate Hattemer's THE VIGILANTE POETS OF SELWYN ACADEMY, in which a boy and his three friends decide to take down the reality TV show For Art's Sake that is being filmed at their high school; when they discover a web of secrets and corruption involving the principal, vice principal, and even their favorite teacher, it's up to him and his two remaining best friends, and a heroic gerbil to save their school, to Erin Clarke at Knopf Children's, for publication in 2014, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Hotter Than A Match Head
    Author:   Steve Boone with Tony Moss
    Genres:   Memoirs
    Publisher:   ECW
    Founding member of The Lovin' Spoonful Steve Boone with Tony Moss's HOTTER THAN A MATCH HEAD, about his life as a member of an iconic 60's band and beyond, to Jack David at ECW Press, for publication in 2014, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    My 7th Grade Life In Tights
    Author:   Brooks Benjamin
    Genres:   Middle Grade
    Publisher:   Delacorte
    Brooks Benjamin's debut MY 7TH GRADE LIFE IN TIGHTS, in which a 12-year old boy has the chance to compete for a summer dance scholarship and has to decide what's more important: sticking with his crew or freestyling his way into solo greatness, to Wendy Loggia at Delacorte, for publication in Spring 2016, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Thieving Weasels
    Author:   Billy Taylor
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Dial
    Billy Taylor's THIEVING WEASELS, in which a 17 year old boy starts a new life in a Northeastern prep school after escaping from his family of grifters until they find him and bring him back for one last con; the only problem is, he can't tell who the mark is, and when that happens, the mark is probably you, to Namrata Tripathi at Dial, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).


    The Restaurant Critic's Wife
    Author:   Elizabeth LaBan
    Genres:   Women's Fiction
    Publisher:   Lake Union
    Elizabeth LaBan's THE RESTAURANT CRITIC'S WIFE, in which a woman with two kids, a master's degree in hotel management that's gathering dust, and a controlling husband faces lots of questions about how she ended up where she is, to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, for publication in January 2016, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Who's That Girl
    Author:   Blair Thornburgh
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Harper Teen
    Blair Thornburgh's WHO'S THAT GIRL, a humorous romance about a girl who becomes the unwitting subject of a hit song, to Alexandra Cooper at Harper Teen, in a two-book deal, for publication in Summer 2017, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Not Perfect
    Author:   Elizabeth LaBan
    Genres:   Women's Fiction
    Publisher:   Lake Union
    THE RESTAURANT CRITIC'S WIFE author Elizabeth LaBan's NOT PERFECT, a novel about coming close to losing everything before you can find yourself again, all the while dealing with guilt, loss, mystery and love, to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Gettysburg Rebels
    Author:   Tom Macmillan
    Genres:   History | Military
    Publisher:   Regnery
    FLIGHT 93 author Tom McMillan's GETTYSBURG REBELS, about five young men who grew up in Gettysburg, moved south to Virginia in the 1850s and returned as invaders with Robert E. Lee's Confederate army in July 1863, to Alex Novak at Regnery History, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    A Perfect Fit
    Author:   Summer Heacock
    Genres:   Women's Fiction
    Publisher:   MIRA
    Summer Heacock's debut A PERFECT FIT, a humorous novel about a cupcake shop owner with a physical ailment that's kept her from having sex for two years, and the desperate antics that ensue as she tries to overcome it, to Lauren Smulski at Mira, in an exclusive submission, for publication in Summer 2017, by Brent Taylor and Uwe Stender at the TriadaUS Literary Agency (World English).


    Pretty Little World
    Author:   Elizabeth LaBan and Melissa DePino
    Genres:   Women's Fiction
    Publisher:  
    THE RESTAURANT CRITIC'S WIFE author Elizabeth LaBan and Melissa DePino's PRETTY LITTLE WORLD, about what happens when the walls between friends come down and the conventional notions of marriage, family and friendship are challenged, to Jodi Warshaw at Lake Union Publishing, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Flight 93
    Author:   Tom McMillan
    Genres:   History | Current Affairs
    Publisher:   Lyons Press
    Tom McMillan's FLIGHT 93: THE STORY AND THE LEGACY, about the 9/11 flight that crashed outside Shanksville, PA, never reaching its intended target because of the actions of passengers and crew, with access to oral histories from family members and first responders, interviews with the coroner who supervised the crash site, sequential details of the passenger uprising, and a chronology of the long effort to memorialize the heroes, to Jon Sternfeld at Lyons Press, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World English).


    Arrivals And Departures
    Author:   Dee Romito
    Genres:   Middle Grade
    Publisher:   Aladdin/S&S
    Author of the forthcoming BFF BUCKET LIST Dee Romito's ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES, in which a 12-year-old girl used to flying around the country for her father's job gets a chance to go to middle school for six weeks and sets out to see what she can accomplish without her VIP status, to Alyson Heller at Aladdin, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Tag You're Dead
    Author:   J.C. Lane
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Poisoned Pen Press
    J.C. Lane's TAG YOU'RE DEAD, pitched as "Person of Interest" meets "A Clockwork Orange" for a YA audience, about six teenagers who play Tag in present-day Chicago, with a twist from the childhood version…if you get tagged, you're dead, to Annette Rogers at Poisoned Pen Press, for publication in Summer 2016, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World English).


    The Smart Girl's Guide To Polyamory
    Author:   Dedeker Winston
    Genres:   Dating/Relationships
    Publisher:   Skyhorse
    Dedeker Winston's THE SMART GIRL'S GUIDE TO POLYAMORY: Everything You Need to Know About Open Relationships, Non-Monogamy, and Alternative Love, to Nicole Frail at Skyhorse, for publication in Spring 2017, by Uwe Stender and Brent Taylor at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World English).


    Plants You Can't Kill
    Author:   Stacy Tornio
    Genres:   Gardening
    Publisher:   Skyhorse
    Stacy Tornio's PLANTS YOU CAN'T KILL, the never-fail, you-can-do-it approach to growing a garden, to Nicole Frail at Skyhorse, for publication in February 2017, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World English)


    The Land Of 10,000 Madonnas
    Author:   Kate Hattemer
    Genres:   Young Adult
    Publisher:   Knopf
    THE VIGILANTE POETS OF SELWYN ACADEMY author Kate Hattemer's THE LAND OF TEN THOUSAND MADONNAS, the story of three teen cousins who embark on a backpacking trip to Europe at the mysterious behest of their fourth cousin, who recently passed away, to Erin Clarke at Knopf Children's, for publication in Spring 2015, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World)


    Surving The Shadows
    Author:   Bob Delaney and Dave Scheiber
    Genres:   Memoirs | Current Affairs
    Publisher:   Sourcebooks
    Bob Delaney's SURVIVING THE SHADOWS: A Journey of Hope into Post-Traumatic Stress, an exploration of PTSD, weaving in the experiences of the veteran NBA official and nationally recognized PTSD authority with the stories of members of the military, law enforcement, emergency service workers, and civilians who have grappled with PTSD and made strides toward healing, in collaboration with journalist Dave Scheiber, to Peter Lynch at Sourcebooks, for publication in Fall 2011, by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS Literary Agency and Philip Turner of Philip Turner Book Productions.


    Fante
    Author:   Dan Fante
    Genres:   Memoirs
    Publisher:   Harper Perennial
    Dan Fante's FANTE, which has at its center the relationship between Dan and his famous author father, John Fante, to Amy Baker at Harper Perennial, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    What About Me
    Author:   Jane Greer
    Genres:   Dating/Relationships
    Publisher:   Sourcebooks
    Dr. Jane Greer's WHAT ABOUT ME, helping us overcome the selfishness that threatens our relationships, to Shana Drehs at Sourcebooks, for publication in 2010, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency with Lisa Berkowitz at Berkowitz and Associates (World).


    Hating Olivia
    Author:   Mark SaFranko
    Genres:   Literary Fiction
    Publisher:   Harper Perennial
    Mark SaFranko's HATING OLIVIA, the story of a man whose life is a rut filled with dead-end jobs and sexual and suicidal fantasies... until he meets the alluring and mysterious Olivia Aphrodite, to Amy Baker at Harper Perennial, for publication in Fall 2010, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency.


    The Grandparents Handbook
    Author:   Elizabeth LaBan
    Genres:   Parenting
    Publisher:   Quirk
    Elizabeth LaBan's THE GRANDPARENTS HANDBOOK, Games, Activities, Tips, How-Tos, and All Around Fun, a gifty resource for grandparents to enjoy with their grandchildren, to David Borgenicht at Quirk Books, in a nice deal, for publication in 2009, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    86'd
    Author:   Dan Fante
    Genres:   Literary Fiction
    Publisher:   Harper Perennial
    Dan Fante's 86'D, the fourth Bruno Dante novel, to Amy Baker at Harper Perennial, for publication in 2009, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    Everything I'm Not Made Me Everything I Am
    Author:   Jeff Johnson
    Genres:   Self-Help
    Publisher:   Hay House
    Activist journalist and BET host, Jeff Johnson's EVERYTHING I'M NOT MADE ME EVERYTHING I AM, exploding old school notions of life's purpose, an inspiring guide for discovering your personal B.E.S.T., to Cheryl Woodruff at Smiley Books, in a good deal, in a two-book deal, for publication in 2009, by Uwe Stender of TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    The Equation
    Author:   Omar Tyree
    Genres:   Business
    Publisher:   Wiley
    Omar Tyree's THE EQUATION, teaching the reader how to apply the four undisputable components of all successful business, to Shannon Vargo at Wiley, for publication in 2008, by Uwe Stender and Becky Post at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).


    What's Possible
    Author:   Daryn Kagan
    Genres:   Self-Help
    Publisher:   Meredith
    Creator and host of DarynKagan.com and former CNN anchor and reporter Daryn Kagan's WHAT'S POSSIBLE!: Creating Possibilities Beyond Life's 5 Biggest Obstacles, featuring original stories and reports about people whose experiences and challenges have inspired and affected change in the world, to Lisa Berkowitz at Meredith, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (US).


    Covert
    Author:   Bob Delaney
    Genres:   Sports | Memoirs | True Crime
    Publisher:   Sterling
    Top referee in the National Basketball Association Bob Delaney's COVERT: The Undercover Life of Bob Delaney, NBA Official, about a long-secret life as an undercover agent for the New Jersey State Police infiltrating the Mafia, wearing a wire for more than three years to gather evidence that led to the conviction of more than thirty members of the Genovese and Bruno crime families, with a foreword from NBA great Bill Walton, to Philip Turner at Union Square Press/Sterling, for publication in February 2008, to Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).


    Parenting Beyond Belief
    Author:   Dale McGowan
    Genres:   Parenting
    Publisher:   Amacom
    Dale McGowan's PARENTING BEYOND BELIEF, with contributions from Richard Dawkins, Julia Sweeney, Penn Jillette, Michael Shermer, and Don Ardell, among others, about raising children without religion - and the many issues that relate directly to it, to Christina Parisi at Amacom, in a nice deal, by Uwe Stender at TriadaUS Literary Agency (World).


    LOST WORLD
    Author:   David Lavery and Lynnette Porter
    Genres:   Pop Culture
    Publisher:   Sourcebooks
    David Lavery and Lynnette Porter's LOST WORLD, a look at the significance of the series LOST within television programming, as well as the many themes that resonate within our culture, to Peter Lynch at Sourcebooks, in a nice deal, by Uwe Stender, TriadaUS Literary Agency (world).


    The Italy List
    Author:   Dee Romito
    Genres:   Middle Grade
    Publisher:   Aladdin/Simon&Schuster






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