Announcing the “Really Bad Literary Agency”
Unleashed on July 6, 2009
Eve’s Salmagundi Club is back – with a bite. Today we’re considering the controversial assertion made by two writers that “Anybody can call themselves a literary agent. There’s no license required. No certification. No required training. No required degree. No test. Simply the willingness to call yourself an agent… (and some stationery.” If this is true, why are moat writers not more discerning when it comes to choosing an agent? And why do most writers stick with their agent, even though they may be receiving lousy service? Big issues.
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