How to Get a Literary Agent for Your Book (with Jane Friedman)

What kind of stories are agents interested in? How do you find an agent and how do you know if the person is any good? And what about your publishing contract? What should you be mindful about there?

All these questions, and many more, are answered in this episode of the Am Writing Fantasy podcast by Jane Friedman.

Links to what was mentioned in the episode:

QueryTracker: http://querytracker.net
Duotrope: http://duotrope.com
Publishers Marketplace: http://publishersmarketplace.com

Not discussed during the interview, but this one is interesting as well: http://mswishlist.com

You can find Jane at: http://janefriedman.com

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Written by: Jesper Schmidt

Jesper Schmidt is a Danish bestselling fantasy author who also dabbles in non-fiction. He is also focused on helping and inspiring others. It is his firm belief that this world of ours can never have too much fantasy fiction in it, but for that to happen we need authors to write it and readers to find it.

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