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The Age of Dis-Consent

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 GETTING PUBLISHED

About once a week I receive an email, which ask, ďIíve written a book. Now how do I get it published.Ē

 

The simple answer is: You need an agent if you want to get published. Make that a literary agent.

 

But how do I get an agent? Isnít that difficult.

 

If you have written a great book, it isnít that difficult.

 

But donít you have to be established or famous or have a platform to get an agent?

 

No.

 

There are  around 1,300 literary agents to choose from. Some agents are no doubt in the pecking order more well-placed, powerful and effective than others. Not all are open to take on new writers. You donít want to waste your time submitting to an agency which has decided not to represent new authors.

 

Now 24 literary agents have stepped forward and told Writerís Digest that they are looking for new writers:

 

ďSo if youíve finished your novel, memoir or book proposal (and spent some solid time revising it), you have come to the right place to find your ideal agentóthe one eager to sell your work to publishers. Read on to learn who made the list this year, and to find out what they want and how they want to receive it. Your agent match might just be waiting.Ē Writerís Digest.

 

Posted: 11/12/2009 10:13:38 PM 

 

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