Ginger Hutchinson is a literary agent with Movable Type Management.
“What I’m really looking for are writers who are invested in developing their craft, with emotionally grounded and atmospherically rich stories to tell.”
In fiction, she is open to : Action/Adventure, BIPOC Literature, Book club, Caribbean Literature, Commercial, Contemporary, Crime, Domestic Thriller, East Asian Literature, Eco-Fiction, Family Saga, High-Concept, Historical, Horror, LGBTQ, Literary, Mystery, Psychological Thriller, South Asian Literature, South East Asian Literature, Speculative, Thriller, West African Literature, Women’s Fiction.
In nonfiction, she is open to: Books that grapple with racial issues, LGBTQ+ issues, and all social issues, Cultural criticism, Feminism and women\’s issues, LGBTQ, Memoir, Pop Culture, Relationships and family, Science.
After graduating with a degree in Film Studies, Ginger Hutchinson went on to become Wesleyan University’s Kim Frank Fellow of Creative Writing, building upon years of experience as an editor in publication, workshop and teaching environments. As an educator, most recently with the Free Library of Philadelphia, Ginger has been committed to nurturing creativity and embracing the power of storytelling to connect each of us with a sense of purpose, community and appreciation of one another’s unique way of navigating the world.
Ginger grew up in rural Florida amidst a large, rambunctious family and massive system of natural springs; all its pre-historic creatures and people who often seem odd to outsiders are regular characters in the story she carries through life.
Some of her favorite novelists include: Ruth Ozeki, Karen Russell, Lauren Groff, Gillian Flynn, Brit Bennett, Celeste Ng, Rebecca Makkai, and Jesmyn Ward.