Charleston Connection: My incredibly talented author, John Trotta, lives in Charleston and writes
brilliantly about it (like this piece for Harper’s: http://harpers.org/blog/2014/10/on-getting-wasted/), so I’ve always wanted to visit. I’m thrilled to be able to attend the conference and experience all the amazing things Charleston has to offer!
Carrie Howland is a literary agent at Donadio and Olson, Inc., where she represents literary fiction, narrative non-fiction, young adult, and middle grade authors. In addition to her own clients, she handles foreign, first serial, and audio rights for the agency. Carrie is a member of the Association of Authors’ Representatives and writes for its newsletter. She also enjoys speaking at various writing conferences throughout the year.
Carrie holds a B.A. in English and Creative Writing from Albion College, where she was the Poetry Editor of The Albion Review. Her poetry has appeared in various literary journals and magazines. In her spare time, Carrie volunteers as a foster for a local dog rescue. She lives in Brooklyn, New York. You can follow her on twitter at @ecarriehowland or learn more about Donadio & Olson at www.donadio.com.
Looking for: Adult Literary fiction and narrative non-fiction as well as Young Adult and Middle Grade books.