2009 Guide To Literary Agents

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F+W Media, Inc, Jul 1, 2008 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 384 pages
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Now, more than ever, in a market glutted with aspiring writers and a shrinking number of publishing houses, writers need someone familiar with the publishing scene to shepherd their manuscript to the right person. Completely updated annually, Guide to Literary Agents provides names and specialties for more than 800 individual agents around the United States and the world. The 2009 edition includes more than 85 pages of original articles on everything you need to know including how to submit to agents, how to avoid scams and what an agent can do for their clients.
 

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Contents

GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
GETTING STARTED
CONTACTING AGENTS
CONTACTING AGENTS
CONTACTING AGENTS
SEALING THE DEAL
SEALING THE DEAL
SEALING THE DEAL
SEALING THE DEAL
PERSPECTIVES
PERSPECTIVES
PERSPECTIVES

CONTACTING AGENTS
CONTACTING AGENTS
PERSPECTIVES
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In addition to editing Guide to Literary Agents, Chuck Sambuchino is assistant editor of Writer's Market. He's also a former staffer on Writer's Digest magazine, a magazine freelancer, a produced playwright and award-winning journalist.

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