Literary Agents Accepting New Clients

These days hiring an agent isn’t required, but having one certainly has its benefits. Here is a link to the Association of Author Representatives FAQ page that gives important advice about literary agents, including questions to ask an agent as you shop for one. Like publishers, agents handle certain types of books, so be sure to read their submission guidelines before submitting.

Agents with a Christian focus*:

Standard agents*:

*Listing here does not constitute endorsement.

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