BLOOD SUGAR
by Sascha Rothchild
Fiction: Thriller
Emmy-nominated screenwriter Sascha Rothchild's BLOOD SUGAR, a debut in which a successful therapist is accused of murdering her husband, and in order to prove her innocence, must reflect back on the three murders she did commit, to Danielle Dieterich at Putnam, at auction, for publication in spring 2022, by Jessica Regel at Helm Literary (NA).

DEEP IN PROVIDENCE
by Riss M. Neilson
Children's: Young Adult Fiction
Riss Neilson's DEEP IN PROVIDENCE, pitched as blending the suspense of The Hazel Wood with the nuanced realism of I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter, following three girls who turn to Filipino spiritualism and white magic when they're haunted by a friend's death... and perhaps her spirit, to Tiffany Liao at Holt Children's, at auction, in a two-book deal, for publication in winter 2022, by Jessica Regel at Helm Literary (NA).

THE LAST BEEKEEPER
by Pablo Cartaya
Children's: Middle Grade Fiction
Pablo Cartaya's THE LAST BEEKEEPER, which follows a 12-year-old girl as she fights to the save the last known beehive in the world from extinction against nearly insurmountable obstacles—an environment completely changed by climate change and the greedy humans who will profit from the bees' demise, to Carolina Ortiz at Harper Children's, for publication in summer 2022, by Jessica Regel at Helm Literary (world).

A PITY PARTY IS STILL A PARTY
by Chelsea Balzer
Non-fiction: Health
Founder of Big Feels Lab Chelsea Balzer's A PITY PARTY IS STILL A PARTY, an illustrated guide to feeling your feelings, enjoying the unenjoyable, and celebrating the uncelebrateable, through essays exploring the physiology and function of emotions as well as grief rituals, to Haley Swanson at Harper Wave, at auction, by Jessica Regel at Foundry Literary + Media (NA).

QUEEN AMONG THE DEAD
by Lesley Livingston
Children’s: Young Adult Fiction
Lesley Livingston's QUEEN AMONG THE DEAD, a fantasy pitched as inspired by the legend of the first true queen of ancient Eire and the mysterious sacred sites of Newgrange and the Hill of Tara; in which a girl favored by the wolf goddess is a renegade Celtic princess who defies destiny to seize the throne of kings with the aid of a shapeshifting druid-turned-thief and a band of berserker women warriors, to Tiffany Liao at Holt Children's, in an exclusive submission, for publication in spring 2022.

AIN’T THAT A MOTHER
by Adiba Nelson
Non-fiction: Memoir
Afro-Latina speaker Adiba Nelson's AIN’T THAT A MOTHER, the story of her experience navigating adulthood—the good, the bad, and the "aw hell naw"—as she becomes the mother to her daughter, who at 11-months-old was diagnosed with a rare brain malformation, to Vikki Warner at Blackstone Publishing, for publication in spring 2022.

AN ACCOUNT OF HER OWN
by Grace Williams
Journalist Grace Williams's AN ACCOUNT OF HER OWN, about a group of women who fought back against sexist financial institutions and came together in 1978, just years after women earned the right to hold a line of credit without the signature of a man, to establish and operate the Women's Bank of Denver, to Laura Van der Veer at Little A.

A HISTORY OF WILD PLACES
by Shea Ernshaw
Fiction: Mystery/Crime
Author of YA novels THE WICKED DEEP and WINTERWOOD Shea Ernshaw's adult debut A HISTORY OF WILD PLACES, following three residents of a reclusive, seemingly peaceful commune as they investigate the disappearances of two outsiders: a mysterious children's book author and the man hired to find her, to Loan Le at Atria.

THE LIZ TAYLOR RING and THE AUDREY HEPBURN ESTATE
by Brenda Janowitz
Fiction: General/Other
Author of THE GRACE KELLY DRESS Brenda Janowitz's THE LIZ TAYLOR RING, pitched as inspired by the Krupp diamond ring Richard Burton bought for Liz Taylor, about three siblings, the heirloom ring that divides them, and the secret that makes them question everything they thought they knew about their parents' love story; and THE AUDREY HEPBURN ESTATE, about the estate on Long Island that was the basis for Audrey Hepburn's film Sabrina, as one woman returns to her childhood home one last time before it's demolished and confronts the heartaches of the past; to Melanie Fried at Graydon House, in a two-book deal.

WHITE WOMEN
by Regina Jackson and Saira Rao
Non-fiction: History/Politics/Current Affairs
Founders of Race2Dinner Regina Jackson and Saira Rao's WHITE WOMEN: EVERYTHING YOU ALREADY KNOW ABOUT YOUR OWN RACISM AND HOW TO DO BETTER, a guide for white women to confront their own role in upholding white supremacy—and how they can dismantle it within themselves, to Margaux Weisman at Penguin.
Documentary rights to Emmy Award-winning documentary producer/director Patty Ivins at PB+J TV.

BEAUTIFUL LITTLE FOOLS
by Jillian Cantor
Fiction: General/Other
Jillian Cantor's BEAUTIFUL LITTLE FOOLS, pitched as BIG LITTLE LIES meets THE GREAT GATSBY, a reimagining of the classic novel that delves into the women's stories, told in their alternating points of view, and taking place before, during and after the original novel, as a detective investigates the three women whose lives were entangled with Jay Gatsby's, to Sarah Stein at Harper Perennial, in a good deal, in a pre-empt. 

ALL THE THINGS I'VE KEPT FROM MYSELF
by Karina Manta
Children’s: Young Adult Non-fiction
Champion figure skater Karina Manta's ALL THE THINGS I'VE KEPT FROM MYSELF, about her experience as a professional athlete, coming out as bisexual in a hyper-feminine sport, and her continually evolving body image, to Kelly Delaney at Knopf Children's, for publication in fall 2021, by Jessica Regel at Foundry Literary + Media (world).

THE HMS BLACK JOKE
by Alysha Rooks
Non Fiction: Narrative 
Historian Alysha Rooks's THE HMS BLACK JOKE, the story of a former slave ship captured by the Royal Navy in the 1820s that was repurposed to hunt illegal slaving vessels off the coast of Africa with the mission of freeing the enslaved and putting a true end to the Atlantic slave trade, to Daniel Loedel at Scribner, at auction, by Jessica Regel at Foundry Literary + Media (NA).