Writer's Guide to Book Editors, Publishers, and Literary Agents, 1997-1998: Who They Are! What They Want! and How to Win Them Over!
This book contains the names and addresses of acquisitions editors at top publishing houses, as well as their area of expertise and information on top literary agents. First time and experienced authors will find the information they need to get their big break in the writing business instead of having their manuscripts end up in the slush pile.
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Acquisitions Editor agent to represent American Approximate percentage areas backlist become an agent biography Career history Client from Hell Client representation client to initiate common mistakes potential contemporary Description of Dream directed distribution Dream Client edited Editorial Director enhance their chances enthusiastic about agenting Executive Editor fiction and nonfiction following categories getting an agent ghostwriter Guide HarperCollins Hobbies/personal interests imprint initiate contact interested in agenting Lesbian letters and SASEs Literary Agency literary agent literary fiction mistakes potential clients mystery nonfiction novels Number of titles poetry popular psychology professional projects prospective client psychology Publishing Group queries through manuscripts Query letters reading fee Reading-fee policy Representative titles sold romance science fiction Senior Editor Simon & Schuster soliciting an agent Spiritual stories Subjects/categories most enthusiastic Subjects/categories not interested submissions from queries thrillers trade paperback true crime University Press women's fiction women's studies writers York