LitMatch is a free service that helps writers find and secure an agent. Apart from the necessary ads in the right-hand column, the site is beautifully designed—crisp and clean looking. It’s dead easy to use, too. [Since writing this post, LitMatch has changed its name to Author Advance]
For each novel, record the submissions you’ve made to agents. (You would not believe how easy it is to forget.)
Records: Day, agent, agency
Follow up info
Find an agent who represents your genre—LitMatch’s search feature could not be any easier.
Literary agencies and agents
LitMatch lists 1757 agents in 821 agencies. You can pull up any agency and find:
The list of agents
What they prefer to represent
All their contact info
Personal info/publishing experience
If they are currently open to submissions
If they accept e-mail submissions
If they accept postal submissions
A pie chart of the percentage of offers, requests, and rejections
Clients and projects represented
Lists and links to all of the blogs agents have
When you find an agent or agency you like the look of, you can hotlist it, grading it out of five flames.
Talks about what LitMatch hopes to offer in the near future
I’ve just registered so I can track who I’ve sent my queries to. Hopefully you guys will find it just as helpful as I have.
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