Transatlantic Agency is delighted to announce that two literary agent assistants have been promoted to the role of Associate Agent: Noelle Falcis Math and Alexandra D’Amico. As Associate Literary Agents they have begun to build their own client lists while being mentored by literary agents with whom they will share clients until they are promoted to full literary agent.

Congratulations, Noelle & Alex! 

Noelle Falcis Math has garnered a breadth of experience as a writer and editor before transitioning into agenting. She holds a BA and MFA in English and Creative Writing, and has received fellowships or residencies from VONA, Tinhouse, The Seventh Wave, and Lemontree House. At VONA, she realized the lack of knowledge accessible to marginalized writers, which fueled her interest in publishing. In 2021, she completed the Los Angeles Review of Books’ Publishing Workshop and Transatlantic Agency’s BIPOC mentorship program. In 2022, Noelle began assisting Amanda Orozco and Chelene Knight, and became the Marketing Assistant for Transatlantic. In 2023, Noelle transitioned to Associate Literary Agent where she is now building her list. Her shared clients include Sekani Robinson, Kimberly Ramos, and Lucy Zhang. Noelle is looking for Literary, Upmarket, Speculative Fiction, and Narrative Nonfiction from the margins that sit at the juncture of the personal, the cultural, and the political. 

Alexandra D’Amico has worked in publishing since 2019. Alex completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Toronto with a specialist in English and a minor in History, after which she attended Humber College’s Creative Book Publishing program. Alex worked as Rights and Contracts Coordinator for Beverley Slopen before coming to the Transatlantic as Literary Assistant for Carolyn Forde, Marilyn Biderman and Chandler Crawford. Alex has also been the Executive Assistant for PACLA, the Professional Association of Canadian Literary Agents, since 2022. In 2023, Alex became Associate Literary Agent for Transatlantic and is now beginning to build her list. Based in Toronto, Alex’s shared author clients include Piper CJ, Lori Simeunovic, and Lina Grosso. Alex is on the lookout for commercial and genre fiction, including Horror, Fantasy, RomCom/Romance, Historical and Speculative fiction, as well as prescriptive and narrative non-fiction, especially non-fiction that leans into her personal interests in spirituality and the occult. 

Eden Boudreau has been hired as Marketing Associate for the Transatlantic Agency. She is overseeing social media and participating in various marketing initiatives for the company and agent team. 

Welcome, Eden! 

Eden Boudreau, a proud maritimer, relocated to southern Ontario in 2016 from Halifax NS, with her family to pursue her lifelong dream of creating stories with words and graphic imagery. To date her writing has been published in major publications such as Flare, Today’s Parent, and Runner’s World and is set to release her debut memoir, CRYING WOLF with Book*Hug Press in March of 2023. When she isn’t writing or interviewing bestselling authors on her podcast, Dear Lonely Writer, Eden works with freelance clients creating compelling copy and social media/marketing content that drives engagement and keeps followers coming back scroll after scroll. In her (minimal) free time, Eden spends it with her three sons, a menagerie of pets – which includes a duck named Dave – at their home in Georgina, ON.

Transatlantic Agency is a leading literary management company with a vibrant team of literary agents based in cities across North America, including New York, Los Angeles, Portland, Vancouver, and Toronto. Transatlantic Agency offers full-service international representation for storytellers in books, speaking, TV/film and select screenwriters. Notable clients include Iain Reid, Marissa Stapley, Katherena Vermette, MG Vassanji, Karma Brown, Jesse Thistle, Zoe Whittall, Samra Habib, and Catherine Hernandez. Transatlantic Agency is recognized in the industry for its sales success and its reputation for integrity, passion, and commitment. 

Transatlantic represents more than 700 clients for adult trade and children’s literature, ranging from commercial to literary across all genres for fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels and picture books, which regularly appear on prestigious bestseller and award lists, including the New York Times, the National Book Award, the Newbery Medal, and the Scotiabank Giller Prize.