1995 Guide to Literary Agents
This directory lists agents across North America, organized by literary agents (fee-charging and non-fee charging) and script agents (TV, movies, and plays). The book answers the most-often asked questions about agents and provides informative articles written by professional authors.
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action/adventure Agent receives 15 biography/autobiography Brian Keith child guidance/parenting Circle of Confusion clients are new/previously clients through recommendations commission on domestic Considers these fiction Considers these nonfiction Contact contemporary issues cooking/food/nutrition current affairs Currently handles detective/police/crime domestic sales Estab ethnic/cultural interests family saga fiction areas foreign sales government/politics/law health/medicine historical how-to humor/satire Jenks Agency juvenile books juvenile nonfiction Literary Agency mainstream manuscript Member agents Member of AAR military/war money/finance/economics months on mss Movie scripts feature Mura Enterprises music/dance/theater/film mystery/suspense nature/environment new/previously unpublished writers nonfiction areas nonfiction books novels Obtains new clients Offers written contract Otitis Media P.O. Box postage psychic/supernatural published reading fee Recent Sales religious/inspirational Reports Represents romance contemporary sample chapters SASE science fiction screenplays script subject areas scripts feature film self-help/personal improvement Signatory of WGA stage plays Susan Terms thriller/espionage Tips Total Acting Experience true crime/investigative weeks on mss weeks on queries westerns/frontier women's issues/women's studies