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Jj Reid (MyAuthors.info)
My Authors Ltd Based in the UK and Denmark, with sub offices elsewhere, we aim to bring new and aspiring writers to the attention of a global audience. We are happy to consider new forms of writing, such as animated and experimental works, enjoying the challenge that these bring. We have our own ...

Karen S. Cole (Ghost Writer, Inc.)
I need to stress that we DON'T offer literary agent services directly. GWI is not a literary agency. However, we can arrange book and script proposals and make any other needed arrangements for book, memoir, manuscript and screenplay marketing, sales and promotions for some very affordable pricing. ...

AshokKumar Sharma (Akshar)
Consultants, Evaluators, Editors, Translators, Writers and Agent all at one place. The agency owned and run by an exceptionally successful best-selling author having close contacts with all leading publishers of India.

Ian Sparkman (Silver Phoenix International)
A new and innovative way to get published is through Silver Phoenix International, we always accept first time authors and published authors. Never any charge, if you receive an email request for payment in any form it is spam.

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Mona Syring (MJS Publishing Group)
We run a small publication house in Colorado, actively looking for gay/lesbian themed work by emerging and established authors with and without agents.

Amir Tayyab (Amir Ali Tayyab)
Technical Writer since 1987

Lisa VanAuken (Creative Media Agency)
Creative Media Agency is an established, full-service literary agency with a growing, colorful list of successful authors. Visit: thecmagency.com. About me: Curious and open-minded, I would never turn down an offer to read a truly inspiring book in any genre. I am interested in mainstream and l...

Christian Webb (Closed)
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Ted Weinstein ( Ted Weinstein Literary Management)
Ted Weinstein Literary Management is an AAR-member literary agency representing journalists, scholars and a wide range of other authors of intelligent, adult nonfiction. We are particularly interested in current affairs, biography, history, business, popular science, pop culture, travel, health and ...

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