Get to Know an Agent in Attendance: Pam Victorio of D4EO Literary

Screen Shot 2017-11-28 at 5.28.47 PM.pngPam Victorio is a literary agent with D4EO Literary.

Pam started her literary career as an assistant to an agent in early 2012. By April Pam was promoted to Associate Agent. In her first two years as an agent, Pam brokered 24 deals, with such publishers as Knopf, Scholastic, NAL, ACE, Grand Central, and others.

She joined D4EO in June 2014, where she will continue to build her list.

She has a passion for genre fiction as well as children’s lit. This means she is open to pitches for young adult (including YA fantasy), picture books, middle grade novels, and adult fiction such as romance, science fiction, fantasy, and horror (no mystery or thriller novels please).

A sample of recent sales include:

Dan Gemeinhart’s COYOTE in which a girl and her father live on a retired school bus and travel the country together trying to outrun the death of her mother and siblings to Christian Trimmer at Holt in a six-figure deal.

Andrew Chilton’s THE GOBLIN’S PUZZLE: Being the Adventures of a Boy with No Name and Two Girls Called Alice, in which three children band together to deceive a dragon, foil a duke, and outwit a trickster, to Katherine Harrison at Knopf Children’s, for publication in Spring 2016

Lauren Smith’s THE GILDED CUFF, set in the erotic world of a BDSM club on Long Island’s luxurious Gold Coast and follows a young reporter as she navigates her way through the debauchery for a story, to Lauren Plude at Forever Yours

J. C. Nelson’s THREE HEARTS, pitched as The Mummy meets Indiana Jones, in which two people must stop a god from completing a ritual and starting the re-animus, to Leis Pederson at Ace

Dan Gemeinhart’s A BETTER KIND OF TRUTH, when a boy discovers that his childhood illness has returned, he runs away with his dog rather than go back into treatment, only after turning his back on everything he knows does he find the will to live and the strength to fight – but is it too late?, to Nick Eliopulos at Scholastic, in a two-book deal, for publication in January 2015

Lorelie Brown’s ONE LESSON, in which a straight talking attorney nudges a professional surfer toward new career highs, to Laura Fazio at NAL

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