A Few Words With: Independent Editor Naomi Kim Eagleson

A Few Words With: Independent Editor Naomi Kim Eagleson

It’s been a while since I brought you a good old fashioned Open Mic post, so today’s offering is a real treat. For over a decade Los Angeles-based Naomi Kim Eagleson has helped hundreds of writers achieve their publication goals through her agency The...
The Open Mic With: Agent Jill Marr

The Open Mic With: Agent Jill Marr

Literary agent Jill Marr of the Sandra Dijkstra Agency in Los Angeles learned early on in her career how to find the hook that sends author to the bestseller’s list. After starting out writing ad copy for published books, she has spent the last 16 years...
A Few Words With: Literary Agent Elizabeth Kracht

A Few Words With: Literary Agent Elizabeth Kracht

As any aspiring writer can tell you, it’s tough out there in the literary world. I sat down recently with agent, writer and freelance editor Elizabeth Kracht of the Kimberly Cameron Agency to gain some insight into the ever-evolving publishing industry.  ...
A Few Words With: Layton Green

A Few Words With: Layton Green

Nobody could ever accuse novelist and adventurer Layton Green of not following his muse no matter where it leads him. The author of a series of books that go from fantasy to thriller to mystery and back again, Green is never afraid of staying true to his own literary...
A Few Words with: Agent Extraordinaire Angela Rinaldi

A Few Words with: Agent Extraordinaire Angela Rinaldi

Every author knows that getting a deal with one of the Big Five publishers – Hachette, HarperCollins, Macmillan, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster – starts with earning the eye of a reputable literary agent. But with competition more fierce...

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