Representing Adult, CHILDREN AND YA Authors


Laura represents books across all genres and ages, with a focus on adult and YA fiction and nonfiction with a specialization in book-to-tv/film representation. She seeks out issue-driven books that surprise and provoke the reader, and literary writing that blends and subverts genre. Laura has a particular interest in contemporary stories that invite readers into lesser-known worlds, reimagined folklore, elevated horror, literary/upmarket suspense, research-based narrative nonfiction, and true crime. Above all, she seeks out unique narrative voices, characters she doesn’t recognize, and writing she can’t turn away from.

Laura is closed to queries. Due to the volume of submissions received, Laura only responds to queries she is actively considering.


Laura Cameron joined the Transatlantic Agency after six years at Penguin Random House Canada, where she worked in editorial, sales and publicity. Before her career in publishing, Laura did a Master’s in Journalism at Columbia University, interned with the Economist Group, and worked for Canadian Business magazine.


  • Melissa Baron
  • Karen Benning
  • Kim Bolan
  • Vera Blossom
  • Pauline Dakin
  • Lindsay Forbes Brown
  • Adriana Chartrand
  • Kay Chronister
  • K.S. Covert
  • Pauline Dakin
  • Alisha Emrich
  • Tara Sidhoo Fraser
  • Kawika Guillermo
  • Ruchira Gupta
  • Tasnuva Hayden
  • Teya Hollier
  • Gloria Huang
  • Tariq Hussain
  • Sam Kenzie
  • Emma Knight
  • Rebecca Lafond
  • Katie Laliberté
  • Maya Macatumpag
  • Brandi Morin
  • Lue Palmer
  • Karisma Price
  • Cristina Quintero
  • Cherry Lou Sy
  • Sherri Vanderveen
  • Darcy Whitecrow
  • Mathilda Zeller

For inquires, please email