Weronika E. K. Janczuk is the founder of and a literary agent with the Janczuk Literary Agency.
Weronika broke into publishing through a high school work-study, during which she helped acquire and edit novels. She then agented during her undergrad at NYU, building a list of excellent novelists and projects (including the first four books of Campbell Award-winning and two-time Hugo Award-nominee novelist Max Gladstone’s Craft Sequence), and worked with the industry’s best agents, including Lynn C. Franklin, Kathleen Anderson, Jenny Bent, and Mary Kole (formerly of the Andrea Brown Literary Agency).
Subsequently, after her mother’s unexpected death, Weronika spent years in the non-profit realm, before returning to agenting, founding her own agency in September 2019.
Weronika completed a self-designed B.A. at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study. Born to Polish parents in Canada, she is privileged to be a rare tri-citizen. She lives in Brooklyn.