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5 Literary Agent’s Blogs

[tuesday]Awhile ago I posted Literary Agents and Info Found On Twitter – just made sure the links still work.

Here are 5 blogs by literary agents. (I found ’em by googling blogs of literary agents):

  1. Waterside. Back in the early days of the personal computer I was represented by this agency. They’ve since grown to to represent some of the worlds best selling authors.
  2. Rants and Ramblings by Rachelle Gardner. Rachelle often answers questions from readers about the literary agency process. She also has her own submission guidelines posted.
  3. Nathan Bransford, an agent with Curtis Brown has his own blog. Check out his “The Essentials” (over on the left about half way down) to get a good overview of the whole process of working with an agent from query through publishing.
  4. Pub Rants. This agent, known only by her first name, knows her stuff.
  5. MacGregor Literary, founded by Chip MacGregor who has placed over 1,000 books. Worth reading.

What’s been your experience with literary agents?


{ 9 comments… add one }
  • I just found your website. I think it is a great website for a newbie in the world of freelance writing. I plan to check back everyday. Thanks for the great tips.
    .-= Kellie´s last blog ..AV position with Durham Public Schools =-.

    • Anne

      Love to have you here Kellie

  • april

    great website! I am an aspiring freelance writer, and you seem to have a wealth of information to offer. I have subscribed to your blog, so I can stay up to date. I also recently started my own blog, and I added you to my blogroll. http://lifebeyonddeadlines.wordpress.com/

    • Anne

      Thanks… love the title of your blog April. Hard to remember that there is life beyond deadlines.

  • Anne

    no, it’s my mistake… I got to reading and didn’t notice the date… my apologies… I think I’ll leave it cause the info makes sense…

  • The first one hasn’t been active since 2007. Did I get the wrong link?

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