Sunday, July 22, 2012

Agents and Authors



I have an article on the Writer's Digest Blog:


It's from the author-agent panel at this year's NE-SCBWI Conference.  Read what authors and their agents had to say about a variety of topics.



38 comments:

  1. Congratulations! And those were some good questions. Interesting what they won't represent.

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  2. Congrats Theresa. I saw it yesterday and commenting. I really enjoyed the psot.

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  3. Congratulations. Good post. I was interested to learn that they actually enjoy follow up querying from a writer submitting a new book. I don't think many writers starting out realize that.

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  4. Awesome! I'm heading over there to check it out. Writer's Digest is a big deal!

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  5. Lovely Theresa! I tried to register - but can't find "Great Britain" or "United Kingdom" or England or UK on the drop down box for country so cancelled the registration and returned here! LOL! Although I have a suspicion I registered a couple of years ago... but can't remember now! LOL!

    I really like how the agents featured over at Writer's Digest are willing to nurture and foster a writing talent over many books so long as it's in the type of genre they represent. I like that it's all about relationships!

    Glad to that they are optimistic about the publishing industry being quite robust in these hard times! Take care
    x

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  6. I read it and thought it was brilliant. Well done, you!! Impressive.

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  7. Congratulations! Enjoyed reading this~

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  8. Congrats! This is amazing! I need to renew my subscription. I love this magazine. I'm hopping over now to check out the interview :)

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  9. Fantastic, Theresa! I can't wait to read it... going over there now. I love how much information there is out there on the whole agenting process!

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  10. That place is such a great resource. Glad to see you one there! :)

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  11. Congrats Theresa, on the way over now...

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  12. I didn't realize that agents were okay with being queried on several projects, but I guess it makes sense if they're open to seeing what progress you've made on the writing journey. Good questions.

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  13. Congratulations. That's great info you provided from that conference panel. :)

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  14. Great post, Theresa!
    I especially like knowing that it's okay to query more than once with different projects. Gives me hope!

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  15. Congratulations, Theresa! It was a super article. :D

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  16. Congratulations! That was a fantastic post. I had no idea some authors used two agents, but it does make sense.

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  17. I've read your comments over the years on various blogs (eg, Query Shark, Missed Periods) et cetera, so I finally paid your own blog a visit.

    Very impressive. Followed.

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  18. Jo, thank you. Do you have a blog I can visit?

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  19. I loved this, Theresa! Thanks for the link.

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  20. Great info and nice place to have an interview posted. I tried to comment but couldn't remember my correct log on info.


    Lee
    Tossing It Out

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  21. Cool to be in there. Congrats on that!

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  22. How very cool! Congrats :) Off to check it out!

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  23. Awesome! Congrats, and thanks for the info!

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  24. Cool interview. It's always neat to pick up some agent particulars.

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  25. Look at you!!! How exciting! I'll run over and check it out~ :o) <3

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