Eve MacSweeney began working as an agent in Fall 2018 after working as a writer and editor in her native London and in New York, most recently as Features Director of Vogue, where she worked for 17 years. There she assigned writers including Elizabeth Rubin, Edmund White, Lena Dunham, Hilton Als, Maureen Dowd, and Rachel Kushner, and edited several books, among them Grace: A Memoir by Grace Coddington, and Nostalgia in Vogue, featuring essays by James Salter, Kennedy Fraser, Patti Smith, Joan Didion, and Lydia Davis.
Bringing her editorial experience and close working relationships with writers to the field, Eve is developing narrative non-fiction and literary fiction titles that speak to her interest in emotionally driven stories, singular voices, and compelling social issues, particularly as they concern the lives of women.
More About Eve
What are you currently reading?
Andrea Elliott’s Invisible Child, Anuk Arudpragasam’s A Passage North, and Voilaine Huisman’s The Book of Mother
What’s important/interesting for potential clients to know about you and what you’re looking for?
Fiction and non-fiction, singular voices, surprising stories, emotionally-driven narratives.
What are you NOT looking for?