Natalie Fischer Lakosil is an Assistant Agent at Bradford Literary Agency. She was formerly at Sandra Dijkstra Literary agency for four years. According to her bio she is looking for "short, quirky picture books."
You can learn a whole bunch from Natalie on her blog, Adventures in Agentland. In her post, What I Like And Why I Like It, from October 2011 she says, "The only kind of picture book I’m really looking for is along the lines of Square Cat by Elizabeth Schoonmaker – short, funny text, preferably character-driven (650 words or less) – and I’m being VERY very selective on PBs."
You can see some on Natalie's sales on her Publisher's Marketplace page.
Natalie says she does not want ABC or boy books, and gives lots of other great info in her interview at Mother. Write. Repeat.
Natalie's article, From Pitch to Sale, at Wovenmyst is about YA but you might gain some insights from it regarding her process.
Beware, I learned that she doesn't like potty humor in her interview at Beyond Words.
You can find Natalie on Linkedin and Twitter.
Natalie represents Rosanne Thong and Kitty Griffin.
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!