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Also, sign up for the free biweekly GLA newsletter. Simply go to the GLA homepage: www.guidetoliteraryagents.com
and enter your e-mail there. The newsletter features a list of
upcoming writers’ conferences where agents will be, questions posed to
writers, and a lot of the usual content (interviews, tips, etc.)
Have a burning question about agents or submissions or the biz? Send it to me at email@example.com and I will answer it on the blog. I can’t answer all questions, but I do answer quite a few.
Maybe you’re feeling saucy and want to guest blog? That’s certainly doable. I am always looking for writers to submit a “How I Got My Agent” guest blog.
It’s a medium-sized column that explains the exact process you went
through en route to signing with a rep – showing the highs and lows of
your journey. If you are interested in contributing (and getting a
little book promotion!), write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org and
I’ll send you some guidelines.
Naturally, if you ever wanted to guest blog about something other than snagging an agent, I am all ears – just make sure the idea fits with the general subject matter of this blog.
I am always appreciate of any writers or professionals who link to this blog or tweet about a post. Your help is appreciated.
Lastly, if you’re an agent, why not submit something to my “Successful Queries” series, where real queries that worked are posted and commented on by the agent who received it. We post info and a picture of the author’s book, so it’s good promotion for everyone!