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Agents and Publishers

 

20 Literary Agents Seeking Writers

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38 Query Letter Tips

From Literary Agents for Writers

By Chuck Sambuchino — Writers Digest University

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Accepting Manuscript Submissions

Austin Macauley Publishers

We accept manuscripts across all genres, with or without an agent, from anywhere in the world. Whether you are a new author or have been previously published, Austin Macauley Publishers™ would like to hear from you. The review process can take up to three weeks. We will contact you once a decision has been reached.

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Alliance of Independent Authors

An Organisation for Self-Publishing Authors
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Blackdoge Books

Available Author Services:
  • Paperback and ebook publishing
  • Document design and formatting
  • Editing and proofing
  • Typesetting
  • Ebook conversion
  • Distribution assistance
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Calumet Editions

Get Your FREE Publishing Kit
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The Confusing Literary Agent Landscape

By Nathan Bransford

“There has been a lot of angst in the literary Twittersphere these past few weeks around agents, alleged bad behavior even among reputable agents, “schmagents” (basically bad agents who sometimes don’t even know they’re bad agents), and quite a lot of author frustration.”

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Contracts 101:

The Grant of Right Clause

By Jane Friedman — The legalize writers need to understand to protect their long-term earning potential.

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Go Beyond the Curtain of the Self-Publishing Industry

A 20-Year Industry Expert Shows You Why The System Is Broken

By Adam Ellis is the President and CEO of Steuben Press. 

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Donald Maass

Literary Agent

Donald Maass represents dozens of novelists in the SF, fantasy, crime, mystery, romance and thriller categories. 

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The Passive Voice:

A Lawyer’s Thoughts on Authors, Self-Publishing and Traditional Publishing
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Publishing and Marketing Simplified

You can write, publish, market, sell and track your sales—all from one dashboard.

Bublish

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Rough Draft

An outlet for writers who want to get published
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Six Self-Publishing Considerations

By John Peragine — Writers In The Storm

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Why Self-Publish Your Book?

By Nancy J. Cohen

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