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How to Find a Literary Agent, in Photographs

010.JPGFinding a literary agent is never easy, but it always helps to see the whole process. Literally.

First-time novelist Lynne Kelly Hoenig (pictured, via) recently signed with a literary agent, and created a helpful and funny photographic guide to her long journey.

Hoenig is now represented by Joanna Stampfel-Volpe (of the agency, Nancy Coffey Literary and Media Representation) and is shopping her manuscript, Chained. The post includes photos of the whole process, including this interesting tidbit: “Joanna requires all clients to wear Snuggies after signing with her.”

Check it out: “After working on my first novel for about three years, writing and revising and attending workshops and conferences and going to some awesome critique groups, I felt ready to start querying agents last year. It was exciting when someone wanted to read more…”

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