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1.logo BookEnds, LLC - A Literary Agency
BookEnds, LLC, is an innovative and energetic literary agency. We represent a diversity of authors, from spirituality, self-help and business writers to mystery, romance and literary novelists. BookEn... read more (111 Subscribers)
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2.logo Pub Rants
A VERY NICE LITERARY AGENT INDULGES IN POLITE RANTS ABOUT QUERIES, WRITERS, AND THE PUBLISHING INDUSTRY. (92 Subscribers)
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3. Barry Goldblatt Literary Blog
President (ha, that sounds important, doesn't it?) of Barry Goldblatt Literary LLC, representing brilliant and talented authors and illustrators of books for kids, teens and "adults" who know that jus... read more (92 Subscribers)
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4.logo Miss Snark, the literary agent
Miss Snark vents her wrath on the hapless world of writers and crushes them to sand beneath her T.Rexual heels of stiletto snark. (88 Subscribers)
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5.logo Jennifer Jackson - Literary Agent
Jennifer Jackson joined the Donald Maass Literary Agency of New York City in 1993. She grew up reading science fiction and fantasy, and initially concentrated her endeavors in that field. She continue... read more (55 Subscribers)
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6.logo agentobscura
Nadia Cornier formed Firebrand Literary in September 2005 after leaving the Creative Media Agency. Prior to working as an agent, Dia began Cornier & Associates, LLC a small marketing firm specializing... read more (50 Subscribers)
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7.logo Janet Reid, Literary Agent
I'm a literary agent with FinePrint Literary Management in New York City. I specialize in crime fiction. I'll be glad to receive a query letter from you; guidelines to help you decide if I'm looking f... read more (41 Subscribers)
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8.logo Jenny Rappaport - Lit Soup
I'm 25 years old and I work as a literary agent at the L. Perkins Agency. I primarily represent science fiction and fantasy, horror, young adult fiction, and romance. (38 Subscribers)
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9.logo The Rejecter
I am an assistant at a literary agency. I am the first line of defense for my boss. On average, I reject 95% of the letters immediately and put the other 5% in the "maybe" pile. Here, I'll talk about... read more (34 Subscribers)
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10.logo Rachelle Gardner, Literary Agent
Rants & Ramblings - On Life as a Literary Agent (34 Subscribers)
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11.logo Tugeau 2 Artist Representatives
Visit Tugeau2.com to view all our artists and portfolios! (27 Subscribers)
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12.logo Guide to Literary Agents
Information about agents and what they are looking for. (26 Subscribers)
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13.logo Dystel & Goderich Literary Management
Dystel & Goderich Literary Management was founded in 1994 by Jane Dystel, who has been a respected figure in publishing for over 30 years — first as an editor, then as a publisher, and finally as a ... read more (22 Subscribers)
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14.logo Quake: Shakin' up Young Readers (21 Subscribers)Writer
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15.logo AgentObvious
from the brain of Nadia Cornier (21 Subscribers)
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16.logo Phenomenon Books
Phenomenon Books Agency blog. Client list, helpful links and tips on getting an agent or editor. We are a literary agency representing: Young adult (picture books-teen), literary, thrillers and suspe... read more (18 Subscribers)
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17.logo Upstart Crow Literary
Upstart Crow Literary's Blog and NetCasts (14 Subscribers)
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18.logo Chris Whetzel Illustration
The Illustration of Chris Whetzel (13 Subscribers)
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19.logo Deidre Knight's Blog
The official blog of romance author Deidre Knight. (11 Subscribers)
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20. Joe Silly Sottile's Blog
This blog is about poetry, prose, publishing, children's books, writing, teaching, and performing poetry. (10 Subscribers)
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21.logo THE WAY TUGEAU
CAT Agency Representing Illustrators of Children's Books (8 Subscribers)
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22. Jennifer Represents...
where book news, agentish advice, party planning, cute animal pictures and general shenanigans collide. (7 Subscribers)
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23.logo sarahs_blog
Sarah blogs about the agency, the industry, and writing craft - but also about life, love, history, dogs and the world! (7 Subscribers)
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24. bubublog
Helping children develop their American and native cultural identities together. (6 Subscribers)
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25.logo Caren Johnson Literary Agency blog
Thoughts on Books, Writing, and the Industry (5 Subscribers)
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