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Logan Harper is a literary agent with Jane Rotrosen Agency. Prior to joining JRA in 2021, Logan was an Associate Agent at a mid-sized literary agency in Manhattan. She’s seeking a wide range of character-driven fiction and is particularly drawn to book club fiction, contemporary romance and romantic comedies, psychological thrillers, domestic suspense, horror, mystery/crime, upmarket and literary fiction.
A native Washingtonian, Logan is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle and the Columbia Publishing Course in Oxford.


“I’m seeking immersive, character-driven adult fiction across a range of genres, including literary fiction, upmarket fiction, book club fiction, contemporary romance, romcoms, mystery/crime with a strong hook, gothic and speculative horror, and high-concept suspense and thrillers.”

A few things Logan is particularly hungry for:

  • Messy family dramas with characters you can’t help but root for, no matter how much you don’t want to
  • Unputdownable romance, from romcoms like Emily Henry’s to something on the heavier, emotional side, like SEVEN DAYS IN JUNE by Tia Williams
  • Family sagas disguised as horror stories, à la THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE
  • Stories about powerful female friendships and relationships
  • Social commentary with a speculative edge, in the style of Jordan Peele’s work or SEVERANCE
  • Dark, twisty suspense & thrillers
  • Good people doing bad things, along the lines of the BAD SISTERS tv show
  • Anything that blends genres in a sharp and smart way

“Across the board, I’m always eager to represent and champion underrepresented voices and perspectives.”


As always, please review the agency’s submission guidelines before you submit.

Submissions should be emailed to – if there is interest in your work, you will receive a request for more material. 

Your submission should include the following:

  • a concise description of your work

  • relevant biographical information

  • previous publishing history

  • for fiction: a synopsis and the first three chapters of your work

  • for nonfiction: a proposal and sample chapters

Please note, the agency does not currently accept plays, screenplays, children’s picture books, or any queries sent by mail. 


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