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Jul 19 2013 4:00pm

How to Approach a Literary Agent: Dos and Don’ts

Publishing Slushpile

When I became an agent in 2011 I didn’t really know what I wanted to represent. Good books, sure; nice people, definitely, but above and beyond that I had no idea as to the genres I wanted to focus on. “Growing up” in an agency where everyone had a specialism led me to believe that I should probably develop one… but the truth is that my reading tastes have always been incredibly broad, and my list reflects this fact. Now, two years into my career as an agent, I represent everything from bestselling crime novelists to inspirational memoirs, from epic fantasy to literary historical fiction.

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