Tim Wojcik joined LGR in 2012 and is currently looking for literary fiction that is wholly original and compelling, new voices and stories that excite him, and a wide range of non-fiction, including narrative journalism, cultural criticism, voice-driven memoir and essays, popular history and science, sports, and illustrated humor. His clients have been published in The New York Times, New York Magazine, Outside, Wired, BuzzFeed, The Ringer, Insider, Pitchfork, The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Tin House, McSweeney’s, Ploughshares, Electric Literature, The Kenyon Review, The Oxford American, and Zyzzyva, among many others. Aside from being an agent, he also works in the rights department with Beth Fisher, selling translation and audio rights, and assists Daniel Greenberg. Before joining the agency he moved from place to place: Kansas to New Orleans to the Netherlands to Houston, before attending Hendrix College in Arkansas, where he wrote prose poems and read experimental British fiction. Though he loves living in New York, Tim still has a soft spot for the south, and looks forward to his visits to Poland, where his family is from. In his free time, Tim supports Liverpool FC, kicks soccer balls around, plays in bands, and writes poetry and short stories, most of which he deletes, never to be seen again.