The Benefits of Having a Literary Agent When Pursuing a Traditional Publishing Path - video

While some smaller publishing houses will accept unsolicited manuscripts, most large publishers, including the big five, require writers have a literary agent when submitting manuscripts. Having a trustworthy, connected agent will greatly increase a writer's chances of getting picked up by a traditional publisher. All thirteen of award-winning author Larry D. Sweazy's novels have been published by traditional publishers, and he knows the outcome would have been very different had he not had a...
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