Amy Elizabeth Bishop joined Dystel, Goderich & Bourret in 2015 after interning for them in 2014. After a short stint as the financial & subrights assistant, she started assisting Jane Dystel, and in addition to managing her own list, now also oversees the office and the interns. Her list is wide-ranging, encompassing both adult fiction and nonfiction, as well as YA and some middle grade. She’s always on the lookout for literary fiction, multi-generational stories, upmarket women’s fiction, fiction from authors of color, stories with a darker edge, and smart narrative and practical nonfiction that addresses issues of politics, science, social justice, feminism or targets a millennial audience. You can find her on Twitter at @amylizbishop.