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The Agent Who Put Her Clients on Her Business Cards

Literary agent Michelle Wolfson used stylish Moo business cards to support her clients and promote her agency at the same time.

As you can see by the cards spread above, Wolfson filled the backs of her business cards with cover art from her client’s books–an excellent conversation starter at literary parties. Have any other agents tried this strategy?

Here’s more about her literary agency: “Wolfson founded Wolfson Literary Agency in 2007 and is actively seeking authors of commercial fiction in the following categories: mainstream, mysteries, thrillers, suspense, chick-lit, romance, women’s fiction, and young adult. She is drawn to well written material with strong interesting characters. She is also interested in practical and narrative non-fiction projects, particularly those of interest to women.”

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