Before you proceed, please read the following:
How Real Publishing Works
Everything you wanted to know about literary agents...
Now read them again. Really. Understanding the above will keep you out of the hands of scammers and help you bypass the slush pile. The extra time spent now will save you much trouble later.
Moving on ... this Index contains four main sections:
- Agents & Agencies - A-J, K-Z
Listed alphabetically by agency (or agent's first name if not affiliated with an agency).
- Other Services & Resources
Watchdog Sites & Organizations
General Agent & Publisher Listings
Editing, Appraisal & Critique Services
Publicity / Marketing / Reviews
Content Sites / Freelance Job Listings
Writers’ Associations, Communities, Forums & Workshops
Contests & Awards
- Everything Else
Avoiding and Reporting Scams & Fraud
Rights, Copyrights & Permissions
How to Find an Agent and/or Publisher
Navigating the Wide World of Publishing
Published Authors Have Problems, Too
To search, use either the “Search This Thread” at the top of this post, or the forum “Search” at the top of the page (Advanced Search tends to work better). You can also use the "Find (on This Page)" function of your browser (usually Ctrl-F).
If all else fails, search via Google using the site:absolutewrite.com “search string here” format. For your convenience, there’s a Google search box at the bottom left of every forum page.
Many threads contain multiple subjects. If a thread isn't named or doesn't start with what you're looking for, keep reading cuz it's in there somewhere (and you might even learn something by accident ).
This Index is NOT all-inclusive. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, check out Preditors & EditorsTM: http://www.anotherealm.com/prededitors/.
Script and screenwriters might have better luck at the Done Deal board over at Script Sales. http://messageboard.donedealpro.com/boards/index.php?
If you can't find a relevant thread, post your question in a NEW thread (the link is on the main Bewares page), not here in the Index.
- When asking a question, include what info you already have, especially a website, so folks can give you a quick and accurate answer.
- Post one subject per thread. For example, if you have questions about three agencies that you cannot find existing threads for, create a separate thread for each agency.
- Do not create a new thread about a topic that's already been discussed. Just post to an existing thread, and it will pop to the top.