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Friday, June 19, 2009

Publishing Pulse, June 19


New Agents on QueryTracker.net

Mark McVeigh of the McVeigh Agency represents commercial fiction, literary fiction, children's fiction including middle grade and young adult as well as graphic novels. He also represents certain types of non-fiction. See his profile for a detailed listing.

Alyssa Reuben of the Paradigm Literary and Talent Agency is accepting queries for most types of fiction and non-fiction. Check out her profile on QueryTracker.net for a full listing.

Tips, News & Other Interesting Info from Around the 'Net

Literary agent Rachelle Gardner blogged about the dreaded author platform.

Google is planning a micro-blog search engine. Read about it here.

Since it's conference season, this article on making a good impression at conferences is a relevant read.

Literary agent Jenny Bent blogged about conferences as well. You can read her article here.

Winners of the QueryTracker elevator pitch contest will be announced on Tuesday, June 23rd.

Wishing everyone a fabulous weekend.





Mary Lindsey writes paranormal fiction for teens and adults. Prior to attending University of Houston Law school, she received a B.A. in English Literature with a minor in Drama. Mary is represented by Joan Paquette of the Erin Murphy Literary Agency.

Mary also be found on her website or blog.

2 comments:

Kristi said...

Thanks for the great links - I especially liked the one about author platforms. As far as Google goes, I think their next step may be taking over the world. I'm okay with that though because I love Google. Have a great weekend!

Suzette Saxton said...

I love you bio photo, Mary!