Lori Galvin

Lori Galvin represents both adult fiction (especially women’s fiction, book club fiction, and thrillers) and nonfiction (food, memoir and health & wellness).  Based in Boston, a few of her clients and their projects include Kwame Onwuachi for his memoir Notes from a Young Black Chef (Knopf); Hannah Kirshner for her travel memoir Foreign Woman Works in Sake Bar (Viking ’20), the Li siblings for Double Awesome Chinese Food (Roost ’19) and Cambria Brockman for the thriller Tell Me Everything (Ballantine), which has been optioned by Netflix. She also represents fiction writers John Frain, Sara Goudarzi, Erik Hage, Geertje Hoogenboom, and Nicole Seavey.

What I'm Looking For

Thrillers and literary crossover fiction including book club that you can't wait to share with your friends.

Am also on the lookout for grounded speculative fiction.

For nonfiction, memoirs that explore big ideas, culture, or societal issues.

Sample Titles or Authors

Tell me Everything, Cambria Brockman
To the Lions, Holly Watt
Notes from a Young Black Chef, Kwame Onwuachi

Specializes In

FICTION: Chick Lit, Commercial Fiction, Crime, Family Saga, GLBT, Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction, Multi-Cultural, Mystery, Thrillers/Suspense, Upmarket Women's Fiction

NONFICTION: Adventure/True Story, Cultural/Social Issues, Dating/Relationships, Gift Books, Health & Fitness, Investigative Journalism, Memoir, Multi-Cultural, Narrative, Nature/Ecology, Pets, Pop Culture, Psychology, Self-Help, Spirituality, Travel, True Crime, Women's Concerns

Considers

FICTION: Christian, Horror, Science Fiction, Young Adult

NONFICTION: Current Affairs, Food & Lifestyle, GLBT, History, Men's Concerns, Religion, Science, Technology