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  1. #11
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    These are sites for agents:

    Association of Author Representatives

    AgentQuery

    QueryTracker

    Preditors & Editors

    Guide to Literary Agents

    This site requires a subscription, but you can find it at the library for free:

    Literary Marketplace

    If you are deep into your agent hunt, it's worth a subscription to Publisher's Lunch Deluxe, which lists all of the deals posted. You can also access general information here without a paid subscription:

    Publishers Marketplace

    This site has a lot of good links to agent emails and web pages, but a lot of them have not been updated, so you have to cull through them:

    Agent Emails

    This is a great blog with interviews with agents:

    Literary Rambles

    If you are interested in grants, residencies, or fellowships, check out these two sites. I found the Ragdale Residency on Mira's List and will be attending this summer:

    Mira's List

    Residency Unlimited

    If you are considering ePublishing, you may want to visit this site:

    Directory of ePublishers

    And this is a miscellaneous site with lots of links that are of interest to writers:

    Internet-Resources

    That should be enough to get you started...

    Enjoy!

    Jeanne



  2. #12
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    Thank you, Jeanne. I'm now one of your blog followers!

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    Thank you, CK! Do you have a link to your blog/website?

    Jeanne

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    Yes, although I've not been good about blogging. Writer friends keep telling me to, so I do a couple of posts then get bored of it. When I get this novel done, I'm going to think and research and decide if I can figure out how I can make the process interesting for me or should just ditch it. I'm PM you the link.

  5. #15
    Lacey
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    Thanks, Jeanne. You have a nice site. And I see Chris Kilgore is one of your members. I do so admire his work. His writing style is unmistakeable. It's brash and hits straight from the shoulder.

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    Thanks, Lacey. I'm always surprised by the people who manage to find me (in a good way, of course!).

    Jeanne

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    Amy Lou
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    Wow Jeanne, thanks for sharing, I'm a follower now too. Your blog is fantastic.

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    Thanks, Amy Lou. Hope you find something useful there.

    Jeanne

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