The Best Resource Available for Finding a Literary Agent
No matter what you're writingfiction or nonfiction, books for kids or adultsyou need a literary agent to secure a book deal. The 2012 Guide to Literary Agents is your essential resource for finding that literary agentwithout fear of being scammedand getting your book published.
This new, updated edition of GLA includes:
- Completely updated contact and submission information for literary agents who are looking for new clients
- Writing and submission advice from more than 40 top literary agents
- Informative articles on subjects such as writing a query letter, composing a book proposal, writing a novel synopsis, attending a writers conference, protecting your work, and more
"The Guide to Literary Agents contains a wealth of information and good advice, and was crucial in my successful search for an agent. I found a great agent and my book has now sold in 11 territories and counting."Richard Harvell, The Bells
"The Guide to Literary Agents was very useful to me when I was getting started. I always recommend GLA to writers."Michael Wiley, The Bad Kitty Lounge and The Last Striptease
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About the Author
In addition to edition Guide to Literary Agents, Chuck Sambuchino is assistant editor of Writer's Market, a former editor with Writer's Digest magazine, and writer of fiction and screenplays.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book contains an extensive list of literary agents and excellent information concerning submitting materials to the agents.