Kent D. Wolf

India Downes-Le Guin

At Neon Literary, Kent D. Wolf represents boundary-pushing fiction but he would never turn away a more commercially-inclined project as long as the writing shines. He has a particular weakness for literary novels that incorporate genre elements—fantasy, sci-fi, horror. He loves to be unsettled by out-of-the box literary thrillers, and wildly appreciate edgy, voice-driven coming-of-age tales. His dreams for non-fiction remain ambitious: serious, immersive journalism with a strong sense of place and story, compelling memoirs, behind-the-scenes looks at fascinating subcultures, and killer essay collections. His authors include National Book Award finalist Carmen Maria Machado (Her Body and Other Parties), NYT-bestselling essayist Samantha Irby (We Are Never Meeting in Real Life), New York Times Notable novelist Martin Seay (The Mirror Thief), and Korea’s most celebrated fiction writer Kim Young-Ha (Diary of a Murderer)