Agent Dan Lazar Interview at Writer Unboxed

Dan Lazar, an agent at Writers House, gave a great interview to Writer Unboxed today.
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Dan Lazar, an agent at Writers House, gave a great interview to Writer Unboxed today.

See the whole interview here.

Also, Dan wrote an article on pitching for the 2008 Guide to Literary Agents. I'll post a snippet from it here on the blog soon.

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Dan Lazar

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