Saturday, August 13, 2016

Do We Still Need Literary Agents?

In the ever changing publishing world it's imperative to roll with the changes.  Some people believe that literary agents are still necessary and there are others among the current e-publishing landscape that believe literary agents are not necessary.

Read both sides of the argument.

Are Literary Agents Necessary?

Do Self-Published Book Authors Need A Literary Agent?

Back in the early days of self-publishing, it was generally held that self-published book authors did not need a literary agent.
Even today, many self-published authors choose to release their books on their own because they don’t want to pay the fees associated with literary agencies. Also, they want to keep a larger percentage of their royalties.

How Do Literary Agents Fit Into The New Book Publishing Ecosystem?

Literary Agents: Probably Now More than Ever

10 Things Literary Agents Don't Do For Authors

What Do Literary Agents Do

How to Get an Agent

Old article with an interesting addition added in 2011

Why Book and eBook Authors Still Need Literary Agents by Robert Lagarde

7 Established Agents Looking for Writers - Literary fiction, Memoir, MG, YA, Fantasy, Romance and more

Here are seven agents seeking clients. Most of these are established agents who have recently changed agencies. All have experience in the publishing industry. They are seeking an eclectic mix, from upmarket literary to children's books, memoir to fantasy, and from thrillers to health and wellness.

How to Find a Literary Agent for Your Book

21 Literary Agencies that Every Author Should Know About

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