"The most essential gift for a good writer is a built-in, shock-proof, shit detector. This is the writer's radar and all great writers have had it."
- Alive Communications, Inc.
They only work with published authors, but you can submit something by email.
- Big Score Productions, Inc.
Specializing in general and religious publishers.
- Bookends, LLC
Email submissions taken.
- Books and Such
I have the feeling the entire staff of the agency is named Janet Grant. Who cares, as long as she gets you published.
- Carlise & Co.
They recommend you are sure you've written the best you can. Great tip, thanks jackass.
- W.M. Clark Associates
W.M. Clark likes his text right-aligned, thank you.
- Core Creations, LLC
"Core Creations LLC. provides legitimate literary agent services" I'm not sure why they need to reassure us on that that.
- James R. Cypher, The Cypher Agency
He prefers to receive submissions via snail mail, but he's not exactly saying no to email queries.
- DeFiore and Company
Not that I should talk, but literary agents don't put much stock in webpage design, do they?
- The Ethan Ellenberg Literary Agency
Perhaps I spoke too soon, this one's not entirely awful. I'd recommend using email anyway, they have an entire paragraph just on guidelines for the SASE.
- Farber Literary Agency, Inc.
They aren't too clear on whether they take e-mail queries or not, so you might as well run with it and see what happens.
- The Fogelman Literary Agency
Slow loading times with lots of images on the front page. It's not really clear at first where you need to go, so head to the "Contact" page.
- Gregory and Co. Authors' Agents
Bloody hell, they're pip, pip, jolly good, can-do Brits! Tally-ho, old boy!
- Hartline Literary Agency
I think somebody just learned how to do FORM pulldown menus.
- John Hawkins & Associates
Very slow with almost no actual content. Stephen King fans should enjoy it.
- Richard Henshaw Group
This website is decorated in the height of '70's style.
- Hornfischer Literary Management
They've got to get a shorter domain name.
- Natasha Kern Literary Agency
The usual stuff.
- Harvey Klinger, Inc.
- Levine Greenberg Literary Agency, Inc.
They have a submission form right on the website! It's as though they put actual thought into their design.
- Paul S. Levine Literary Agency
Hard to tell if their form is for queries or not, but it may be worth a shot.
- Literary and Creative Artits, Inc.
Yet another small site, but they take e-mail submissions.
- Manus & Associates Literary Agency, Inc.
One of those Flash sites.
- Doris S. Michaels Literary Agency, Inc.
They've got a lot of pep.
- New Brand Agency Group, LLC
Jeez, you get a few worms and viruses that wreck a few hundred-thousand computers and suddenly everyone is all worried about attachments.
- Paraview, Inc.
For some reason, they give you a pep talk on why you need a literary agent. If you got to that page, wouldn't you have already decided you wanted a literary agent?
- Robert Preskill Literary Agency
Make it happen, Bert.
- Quicksilver Books
Space, man. It's like, dude, far out!
- The Peter Rubie Literary Agency
I'm not sure if they take e-mail submissions or not, but the pictures prove one thing: Literary agents should not post their pictures.
- The Sagalyn Agency
They only take e-mail queries. They knew I was coming. And they knew you were coming, too.
- Victoria Sanders & Associates
Another with the e-mail queries only. I guess the agents are getting paper cuts.
- Schiavone Literary Agency, Inc.
Links are for the weak.
- Serendipity Literary Agency, LLC
I think my favorite place to click on this site was "Skip Intro". It did look expensive, though.
- The Seymour Agency
Suddenly Seymour... is standing beside you...
- The Robert E. Shepard Agency
They claim they have books that make a difference. No wonder I've never heard of them.
- Beverley Slopen Literary Agency
They occasionally respond to very short e-mail queries, right? And they're Canadian, eh?
- Sternig & Byrne Literary Agency
"Brief e-queries are acceptable". How white of them.
- The John Talbot Agency, Inc.
Couldn't be blander if you stuck him between two pieces of Schwebel's.
- Venture Literary
Easy to navigate, concise, and to the point. I like it!
- The Vines Agency, Inc.
Any Hamell on Trial fans out there? Probably not.
- Waterside Productions, Inc.
You want to hit the page named "Find an Agent".
- Waxman Literary Agency, Inc.
I do love the submission forms right on the web page. They were always able to ignore me that much quicker.
- Wylie-Merrick Literary Agency
Are we done with this list yet?
- Zachary Schuster Harmsworth
Yes, we are, Zack tells me.
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