Contact A.G. Howard + Author Press Kit

A.G. loves to hear from readers, so feel free to drop her an email or a good old fashioned letter. She can be reached either way at the addresses listed below. Although she may not be able to answer each one personally, she always reads them and enjoys the feedback. 

Before reaching out, please note these updated guidelines:

  • School projects and interviews--Presently, A.G. receives too many requests to take part in individual student interviews and projects, as it would be unfair to pick one or two and not do the rest. Having so many student assigned due dates is impossible to meet when paired with her own publisher-contracted deadlines and traveling events. However, A.G. enjoys interacting with students and sharing her author's experiences and writing tips, so she offers skype sessions for whole classes instead. If your teacher is interested in arranging one, information can be found here

  • Blog interviews and book blurbs--A.G. has taken an indefinite break from giving out quotes for books or taking part in blog interviews. Check back here periodically to see when she's open to requests again.

A.G.'s contact info:

Snail Mail
A.G. Howard
P.O. Box 7433
Amarillo, TX 79114


ALL rights queries (film/tv/foreign) must be directed to:

Agent's snail mail:
Jenny Bent  
c/o The Bent Agency  
19 W. 21st Street, #201
New York, NY 10010

Agent's website


ALL book / arc questions should be directed to:

Publicist's snail mail:
ABRAMS | The Art of Books Since 1949
Att: Caitlin Miller
115 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

Publisher's website 

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    Short Bio:

    A.G. Howard is the #1 NYT & International Bestselling author of young adult retellings and spinoff novels including her dark Alice in Wonderland Splintered series; RoseBlood, a Phantom of the Opera adaptation; and Stain, an original gothic high fantasy / fairy tale inspired by The Princess and the Pea.

    When writing, A.G. is most at home weaving the melancholy, magical, and macabre into her settings and scenes. In her downtime, she enjoys rollerblading, gardening, and visiting 18th century graveyards or abandoned buildings to appease her muse’s darker side.