Anyone know a literary agent or publisher looking for new writers?
I have already published a Poetry book and a Fantasy novel that I want to take further. Near completion on next novel.
you should have a list bookmarked, the agencies always announce when the are accepting new books.
Besides if youre already a published author you should have an agent already.
And if youre self-published you need to be more specific.
Try using agentquery.com or querytracker.com. The second site offers registered users (no cost) to search for agents within a particular genre, give and receive feedback regarding various agents habits and methodologies, and document your own query letters and responses.
Keep at it!
Never give up!
You find a number of self publishers online that are willing to publish your novel unabridged and uncut and sliced and diced just the way you wrote it. It will cost you around $500.00 but you get 75% of the royalties from the sale of the books plus you get 40 free copies of the book to sell and promote yourself.
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