Is there a question you’ve always secretly wished you could ask a literary agent? Maybe you want privileged information … or maybe you want real, tell-it-to-me-straight advice. Maybe something’s been bugging you for a while, but you’re too afraid of sounding like an amateur if you speak up … or you’re too professional to risk sounding bitter. Maybe you haven’t gotten up the nerve to ask what you really want to know about what goes on behind closed doors in Manhattan publishing. Or maybe you’ve just never gotten the chance to ask.
Well, writers: This is it! Submit your question—polite or disagreeable, starry-eyed or frustrated, serious or half-joking—about writing, publishing or anything in between—in an email to writersdigest [at] fwmedia [dot] com with “Ask an Agent” in the subject line. Or leave it in the comments section below. Feel free to submit anonymously (your secret is safe with us!). You may just get a response straight from an agent in the pages of a future issue of Writer’s Digest magazine—and/or right here at WritersDigest.com.