Literary Agent Critique By Karly Dizon

Karly Dizon offers manuscript critiques to writers on Page Turner Awards

Literary agent, Karly Dizon is offering Page Turner Awards writers' the chance to get their writing critiqued.

Karly is an Associate Agent with Fuse Literary Agency. Karly was born in the Philippines and immigrated to Northern California as a child. She obtained her Business Marketing degree and has been a Freelance Graphic Designer for over 10 years.

In addition to designing a wide range of print and web promotional material for clients, Karly creates book covers for Short Fuse and promotional graphics for Fuse authors. Karly now also reps Picture Books.

Professionally, Karly began her career in the publishing industry as a reader for Tricia Skinner at Fuse Literary. Her responsibilities quickly grew, and she was promoted to Literary Assistant, a role that also included a spot on the production team of Short Fuse.

Karly is also the Marketing Coordinator of the San Francisco Writers Conference, held every President’s Day weekend. In her spare time, Karly is an Adobe Technical Trainer, freelance graphic designer, Young Adult author, video game geek, and art noob.

I'm a major sucker for a distinctive voice from the get-go. Voice, for me, breathes life into the story and will keep me hungry for more. Excited to see your entries.

Karly has a deep love for characters with a strong voice and seeks out stories she can get lost in. Diversity in genre fiction is a major bonus. She specializes in middle grade and young adult genre fiction (fantasy, science fiction, and contemporary).

See more details about Karly at Fuse Literary Agency.

Karly is offering Page Turner Awards writers' the chance to get their writing critiqued. See Karly's 25-Page Critique Workshop.

How To Access Literary Agent Critiques On Your Manuscript


Then, navigate to Me > Optional Extras to find the critique details. These editing Optional Extras are not available for the full duration of the awards. As soon as the different experts get booked up, their schedules will close.