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Someone who represents a writer to publishers.

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I've been trying to find a literary agent, but I've been coming across some terms that are foreign to me. I have a clue on what they mean, but would like to have more clarification. Terms: Serious … referral only (what kind of referrals?) Of course every agent is different in what they do, but I see these terms come up a lot. Thanks …
asked Aug 15 '17 by writersam
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a good idea to submit to more than one traditional publisher at a time? Or, should you wait for rejection, then try again somewhere else? Should you have an agent? …
asked Jun 29 '17 by writersam
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I completed my first fiction novel a short while ago (heist/romance). I've been trying to get a literary agent by viewing their websites and following their submission requirements. However, it … the cost of room and board. Are these conferences worth it in finding an agent/publisher? Or are they just a bunch of time/money-wasting events in which the agent/publisher gives some feedback …
asked Oct 4 '17 by writersam
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When writing fiction, we generally use past tense for the narration and present tense for dialogue. When you are done with a fiction novel and are ready to query a literary agent/publisher, what should the tense be for your synopsis, outline, query letter? …
asked Sep 5 '17 by writersam