Quote Originally Posted by Dan Rhys View Post
Very helpful info. If anyone knows of a good source for agents, that would be nice. I was on 1000 Literay Agents for years and was disappointed how many of them were no longer working for the agencies they were listed under, how many were out of business, and in one case a listed agent having been deceased for a few years.
You might want to look into starting a Querytracker account. It's all "crowd sourced" in that the users themselves contribute data, but the free account still gives you a pretty comprehensive list of up-to-date information on agencies, genres agents represent, and even whether individual agents are currently accepting queries or are closed. If you want more in-depth data, such as average time to response, which genres, or MS lengths have been requested, and other detailed metrics, splurge for the premium account, which is less than $30 a year anyway.