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    Looking for literary agent specialising in film history

    Does anyone know a literary agent who works in the field of film history?

    Grateful for any suggestions.



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    Go to the library or book store and look for books similar to what you are describing. Read the acknowledgments page. Writers often thank their agents. Write down the name of the writer and the publisher. You can frequently find the information on line if you have a name to start with.

    As to specific agents working in that field, you may find that information by doing research on each agent and finding out what they represent. It's the homework that comes with being a writer. Thank God for Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Brianton View Post
    Does anyone know a literary agent who works in the field of film history?

    Grateful for any suggestions.
    You might check out query tracker. there is a sorting function on their site that might help.

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    Does anyone know a literary agent who works in the field of film history?
    No, but I know a really good painting contractor if you need one.

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    Film history? Do you want someone who represents non-fiction? Or screenplays?

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by leslee View Post
    Go to the library or book store and look for books similar to what you are describing. Read the acknowledgments page. Writers often thank their agents. Write down the name of the writer and the publisher. You can frequently find the information on line if you have a name to start with.

    As to specific agents working in that field, you may find that information by doing research on each agent and finding out what they represent. It's the homework that comes with being a writer. Thank God for Google.

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