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Thread: Martha Millard Literary Agency

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    Ah-HA! Smiling Ted's Avatar
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    Martha Millard Literary Agency

    She's an agent who represents some terrific SF/F authors, and I'd love to be one, but she doesn't accept unsolicited queries. Anyone have any info on her?
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    She rejected me in a couple of months. Sorry I can't be of more help!

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    Here's the Publishers Marketplace page.

    I recognized a few names there.

    However, it does say on the PM page:

    "Not able to consider unsolicted queries at this time. Referrals through professional associates."

    So I guess you can only send them stuff if you're referred from another agent (which is what I take "professional associates" means).

    Bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyGirl1962 View Post
    Here's the Publishers Marketplace page.



    So I guess you can only send them stuff if you're referred from another agent (which is what I take "professional associates" means).

    Bummer.

    ~Nancy
    Or a current client, or an editor.

    Barbara

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicolesingslave View Post
    P&E only notes this agent has verified sales. Without a "Recommended", there is no endorsement.
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    PM page is now members-only, but is still posting sales.
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