Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Brother, can you spare an agent?

I'm been studying my 2005 Guide to Literary Agents and surfing the Net this morning, looking at various agent websites. Since I don't have a full novel right now, I've got nothing to send out to agents, but on the (wildly unlikely) chance that I sell a novella to a NY pub any time soon, I need to have a list prepared of agents I'd approach to represent me. My first choice would probably be the Deidre Knight Agency, because their blog's helpfulness and professionalism has impressed me, (and because I like their positive attitude toward e-publishing), but who knows if they'd want me? So I'd be grateful for your help in making a list. If you're represented by an agent you love, I'd love to hear about them!

4 comments:

  1. The New Jersey Romance Writers conference in October will have several agents available for author appointments. Check out their conference page.

    Good luck!

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  2. I don't know if you have Writer's House on your list, but they've been terrific for me. :)

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  3. Thanks, ladies. PBW, I've thought about Writers House, since I also write children's fiction, and they're one of the very few agents to handle that AND romance. But they are a very big agency... I'm a little afraid of getting lost amidst their illustrious client list.

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