If you’re looking for literary agents, here are 9 from the top 50 agencies. Read what the agent accepts and then read and follow the agency’s submission guidelines before submitting. This will improve your chances of being read!
- Taylor Haggarty and Cassie Hajian, Waxman Leavell Literary, http://www.waxmanleavell.com/about-agency
- Amanda Luedeke (http://www.macgregorliterary.com/about-us/amanda-luedeke/) and Erin Buterbaugh, MacGregor Literary, http://www.macgregorliterary.com/about-us/erin-buterbaugh/
- Pamela Hardy, The Knight Agency, http://knightagency.net/about-us/
- Alice Crider, WordServe Literary, http://www.wordserveliterary.com/partners/alice-crider-literary-agent/
- Steve Kasdin, Curtis Brown, Ltd. http://www.curtisbrown.com/agents/steve-kasdin/
- Lisa jackson, Alive Literary Agency, http://aliveliterary.com/agent/lisa-jackson/
- Christa Heschke, McIntosh and Otis, http://mcintoshandotis.com/agents/
Many literary agencies also blog, offering insight into the publishing and literary agent world, as well as advice on the craft of writing. Check them out.