Why do literary agents take so long to respond to submissions from writers? Is it personal? Are there things writers can do to speed up the process? Find the answers here.
Guide to Literary Agents editor Robert Lee Brewer shares his simple two-step process on how to get a literary agent.
Finding a literary agent is one thing, but the hard part is gaining representation. In this post, we share how to hook a literary agent to represent writing and get published by looking at the query letter, synopsis, book proposal, and sample pages.
Literary agents are gatekeepers of the publishing industry. Find women's fiction literary agents open to submissions in this post. List will be updated regularly.
Learn how to write successful queries for any genre of writing by breaking down the query letter and supplying links to example queries that worked.
Literary agents are the gate keepers of the publishing world, but not all agents represent all genres of writing. This post shares how to find a literary agent appropriate for your writing project, including links to agents representing various genres.
Literary agent alerts (this one with Bibi Lewis of the Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.
Literary agent alerts (with this spotlight featuring Ann Tanenbaum of Tanenbaum International Literary Agency) are golden opportunities for new writers because each one is a literary agent who is likely building his or her client list.