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Thread: Ask a Lit. Agent

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    practical experience, FTW Sweetwheat's Avatar
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    Ask a Lit. Agent

    I asked literary agent Thao Le from the Sandra Dijkstra Literary Agency if I could interview her (since I am interning there, it was easy to ask). She is real sweet and kind, and was excited about this!

    I thought that this would be a great opportunity for writers, specifically those in the querying stage, to get some answers.

    This link - http:// - will take you to the "Agents" page. There you will find a couple short paragraphs on Thao.

    I will think of some questions, but I wanted to give you the opportunity to ask some questions, too! Feel free to post them on this thread, or you can send me a PM.

    I'm going to give this a couple of days and then pick the ones I think will be most beneficial for us to hear the answers to. I will post the interview on my blog (and let you know on this thread) later on.

    I hope you're excited about this! I know I am^^

    Originally Posted by kkbe
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    figuring it all out FalloutMule's Avatar
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    Apr 2012
    If there is a bright center to the universe, I'm in the place that is farthest from.
    Do agents actually read everything they get?
    When does a writer need an agent?
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    New Fish; Learning About Thick Skin tylertoo's Avatar
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    --What are the most common (and avoidable) mistakes a new writer makes when dealing with an agent?


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