- Literary Agents: A Writer's Introduction
Agent, Jean Naggar.
- Ask the Editor: Finding an Agent
How do I write a query letter to an agent?
- We Need Diverse Agents
In order to get an editor, books need to be represented by agents—so it stands to reason that the industry needs diverse agents, as well.
- An Agent for a Changing Book Business
If I’m hearing those , so are other agents.
- The Agent as (Sort of) Publisher
So why not agents?
- Leary Gets an Agent
"It's not often an agent reps an author who's circling the earth," she said, referring to Leary's ashes aboard a rocket.
- Mundy Steps Out As Agent
I now look forward to working closely with him as he embarks on what I am sure will be an equally creative and successful career as an agent."
- Grisebach Goes Agenting
She will represent German authors both in her own country and abroad, and foreign authors, publishers and agents in the German market (even in foreign markets, if requested).
- Agent Abner Stein Dies
Longtime agent Abner Stein died earlier this month.
- Agent Running in the Field
Agent: Jonny Geller, Curtis Brown.
- Milo Speck, Accidental Agent
Author’s agent: Jennifer Laughran, Andrea Brown Literary Agency.
- Howie Bowles, Secret Agent
When, after the first day, the boy has trouble making friends, he adopts the identity of Secret Agent Bean Burger (so named for his favorite dinner menu) and things improve.
- Dark Currents: Agent of Hel
Agent: Jane Dystel, Dystel & Goderich Literary Management.
- Steve Laube: Agent + Publisher
But Laube—who agents both fiction and nonfiction authors—says he maintains an affinity for both.
- Viruses: Agents of Change
While AIDS has focused attention on the virus carrying this scourge, medical columnist Fettner ( The Truth About AIDS ) here writes that viruses are the suspected agents of many more maladies--multiple sclerosis, arthritis, some cancers, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, etc.