Update 11/7/2013 - Scott Treimel has closed to unsolicited submissions but will still be accepting submissions from conference attendees and through references. You can find out all the details by reading the new Submission Policies page.
My last post featured author Ame Dyckman and her debut picture book, BOY + BOT. Ame is represented by Scott Treimel so there's no time like now to feature Scott on the monster list! Ame had two more books forthcoming. I can see why she refers to Scott as "super agent"!
At SCBWI Hawaii, they have a bit of what Scott said regarding craft, how he agents, and what he wants to see in a query. It's from 2005 but relevant. (There are two separate paragraphs. Scroll down.)
There is a nice list of Scott's sales at AgentQuery.
You can see Scott's amazing resume at Linkedin.
Board books through teen novels is listed under genres at Publisher's Marketplace.
Diary of a Children's Book Writer has some interesting notes from the SCBWI NJ 2009 conference.
You can see some response times at the Querytracker website.
You can learn a ton on the S©ott Treimel NY website. There is of course, an about us page and submission guidelines (be sure to use their submission form if you decide to submit). There's also a blog you won't want to miss. There is an offer to "try to answer any and all your STNY-specific or industry-related questions" in the sidebar. What a great opportunity!
You can also find Scott on Twitter.
Scott also represents: Barbara Joose, Maribeth Boelts, and Ellen A. Kelley.
This post is part of the Monster List of Picture Book Agents. If you have any changes that you think should be made to this listing, please contact me or leave them in the comments. Thanks!