Tag Archives: Publishing Industry

As the newest agent currently at TBA, memories of my very first internship search are still quite vivid. It was time-consuming, exhausting and I got a lot of no’s. But luckily one agent was willing to take a chance on … Continue reading

Internships, Victoria's posts

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Have you heard about We Need Diverse Books? It’s a new non-profit venture dedicated to promoting diverse experiences in children’s literature. We think they’re onto something—after all, half of U.S. school children are minorities, whether people of color, LGBT, and/or disabled. … Continue reading

Molly's posts, News

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The other day I was thinking about agenting and whether or not my job had gotten easier or harder over the years.   Over the course of a fairly long career (I’m not sure if I’m proud or embarrassed to … Continue reading

Jenny's posts

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Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the Hay Festival of Literature and Arts, an annual festival held in Hay-on-Wye, Wales, that runs for ten days — in a usually muddy field!     This was my first time visiting … Continue reading

Gemma's posts

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Aspiring authors frequently approach me asking for tips and hints on how to break into the publishing world. I’ve answered these questions many different times in many different ways, and at many different conferences. Now, I can give advice about the industry, but I … Continue reading

Louise's posts

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The good people over at Literary Rejections asked me to contribute to a post about what we agents like about #askagent, the irregular Twitter Q&A session. You can read what I—and lots of other agents—had to say at http://www.literaryrejections.com/askagent/.

Molly's posts

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As part of a continuing series on our blog, HOW I FOUND MY AGENT, here is a guest post by Ami Allen-Vath about her querying experience and how she came to be represented by our agency. I’m so thrilled to … Continue reading

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