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Very informative. Well-written with easy-to-understand guidelines.Published 10 months ago by Cheryl Alsippi
I used this to contact agents for the book I wrote, Special Ed Teacher Man, that told about my twenty year career in the Dallas Independent School District teaching Autistic... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Bob Anterhaus
Agents don't even respond to inquiries, unlike the suggestions made in book.Published 14 months ago by J. F. -Lackey
It's a reference book. It does exactly what it purports to do: provide areas of interest and contact information for literary agents. It's well organized and easy-to-use.Published 15 months ago by Michael Glaviano
Complete guide. Someone put a lot of work on this and it is a complete guide. There are websites out there that can provide the same information.Published 17 months ago by Nando U
This is a great book and I saved a lot of money buying last years version. I would recamend it to anybody trying to get an agent in the mad mad mad world of publishingPublished 18 months ago by gerald purvin
Over all good information and seens to be current. As for the agents, it does not mention if a agent wants just a query letter. Or a query letter and the first 10 pages. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Mike Bohan
I haven't read this book, and I'm not ready for a literary agent at this point, I bought it to use down the line. Came in great shape.Published 19 months ago by Liza Kimball
I carry this guide with me wherever I go. I think it's great to use, especially if you're trying to learn about the writing industry. Well worth the price!Published 19 months ago by Holly Pedneau