Sunday, August 19, 2012

2012 PNWA Conference: The Agents Forum

(Image from:  Archer). 

Agents, the book-type, not the secret-type, are the liaisons between writers and publishers.  They know the type of material editors are looking for--and just as important--what they're not interested in. 

As with finding editors, the best way to meet these literary linchpins is in-person, at writers conferences.

But like the irresponsible Sterling Archer, I skipped-out of this important forum altogether.  The reason why will be the subject of my next post--so, stay tuned!

Thanks to the PNWA 57th Writers Conference Guide, I can still provide you with the list of agents I didn't meet this year:

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