Christian Agents

A list of Christian literary agents who represent Christian novels, Christian nonfiction, spiritual books, inspirational books, and more.

Writing Tips From Max Lucado, Best-Selling Author

New York Times best-selling Christian author Max Lucado spoke of the tools writers have, at the Writing for the Soul conference in Denver in February 2010. Below, find his best tips on subject, discipline and clarity for writers. Guest column by Audra Krell, published freelance writer. Audra is also a vocalist,...

Agent Advice: Etta Wilson of Books & Such Literary Agency

This installment features Etta Wilson of Books & Such Literary Agency. In addition to being a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, a founding member of the Tennessee Writers Alliance, and having served as the president of the Nashville chapter’s Women’s National Book Association, the school librarian-turned-agent...

Agent Advice: Steve Laube of The Steve Laube Agency

This installment features Steve Laube, founder of The Steve Laube Agency. Steve has been a bookseller for Berean Christian Stores, and an editor for Bethany House Publishers. He is looking for: quality Christian fiction in all genres. For nonfiction, he is seeking fresh, new Christian ideas in all areas of material for...

Agent Advice: Rachelle Gardner of Books & Such Literary

This installment features Rachelle Gardner, an agent with Books & Such Literary. Rachelle works with both fiction and nonfiction authors. She has been in the publishing business for thirteen years, working in various positions encompassing marketing, sales, international rights, acquisitions and editorial. Also, know that Rachelle is featured "Ask the Pro"...

How I Got My Agent: Matt Mikalatos

"How I Got My Agent" is a recurring feature on the GLA blog. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog,...

7 Things I’ve Learned So Far, by Debbie Fuhry

This is a new recurring column I’m calling “7 Things I’ve Learned So Far,” where writers at any stage of their career can talk about seven things they’ve learned along their writing journey that they wish they knew at the beginning. This installment is from writer Debbie Fuhry. Debbie Fuhry is a...

How I Got My Agent: Mary DeMuth

"How I Got My Agent" is a recurring feature on the GLA blog. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog,...

How I Got My Agent: Billy Coffey

"How I Got My Agent" is a recurring feature on the GLA blog. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog,...

How I Got My Agent: Lisa Lawmaster Hess

"How I Got My Agent" is a recurring feature on the GLA blog. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. If you have a literary agent and would be interested in writing a short guest column for this GLA blog,...

Agent Advice: Mary Sue Seymour of The Seymour Agency

This installment features Mary Sue Seymour, of The Seymour Agency. She is seeking: Mary is looking for new clients who write any type of romance including historical, contemporary category, contemporary mainstream, suspense, paranormal, regency or inspirational. She wants nonfiction about real life heroes, prescriptive books, cookbooks, and basically any type of nonfiction...

Reminder for Nappaland Literary…

Nappaland Literary Agency, an agency based in Colorado that primarily handles Christian and inspirational work, wanted me to remind writers and blog readers of the agency’s specific submission procedures. Because Nappaland is quite small, they only taken on clients by referral. If you just see them in the database/book and ignore...

Steve Laube Agency Changes Address

The mailing address for the Steve Laube Agency has changed.  It is now: The Steve Laube Agency5025 N. Central Ave.No. 635Phoenix, AZ 85012krichards@stevelaube.com The agency handles both fiction and nonfiction, and primarily serves the Christian/inspirational markets (CBA). Steve Laube Want more on this subject? Interview with Steve Laube, agent who seeks...

Agent Advice: Chip MacGregor of MacGregor Literary

This installment features Chip MacGregor, founder of MacGregor Literary in Portland, Ore. In addition to Chip's many years of agenting, he is also the author of several books and a veteran of the publishing industry. He is seeking: While his clients write in a variety of genres in adult fiction and...

Agent Advice: Janet Benrey of Benrey Literary

This installment features Janet Benrey, founder of Benrey Literary in New Bern, N.C. Janet founded Benrey Literary in 2006. Previously with Hartline Literary Agency, Janet worked several jobs that have had two common themes: marketing and publishing. A published novelist, she's co-written seven cozy mysteries with her husband. She is seeking:...

New Agency Alert: Daniel Literary Group

Reminder: Newer agencies are golden opportunities for new writers because they’re likely building their client list; however, always make sure your work is as perfect as it can be before submitting, and only query agencies that are a great fit for your work. Otherwise, you’re just wasting time and postage. Actively seeking:...