Bridget Wagner Matzie has represented projects such as the #1 New York Times bestseller Shattered by Jon Allen and Amie Parnes, the Washington Post's #1 New York Times bestseller The Mueller Report, the national bestseller The Case for Impeachment by Allan Lichtman, the acclaimed novel The Private Life of Mrs. Sharma by Ratika Kapur, as well as To Raise A Boy by Washington Post journalist Emma Brown, and Emory Professor Ruby Lal’s LA Times book prize finalist, Empress, among others.
Matzie graduated from Colgate University with a BA in English and Writing. She attended the Columbia University publishing program and subsequently worked for ICM in New York and London, as an agent and rights director at The Sagalyn Agency, and as foreign rights manager at Random House India. Matzie works as an agent and partner with Aevitas based in Washington, DC., where Washingtonian Magazine listed her as one of DC’s top book agents. She is most interested in strong original ideas, new and international voices, big-think topics and books that challenge readers and create discussion.