Agent Jacqui Lipton explains the comparison between working with an agent in reviewing contracts/negotiating deals and working with a literary attorney or contract consultant.
Jacqui Lipton caught up with Raven Quill’s new assistant. Jacqui Lipton (JL): How did you come to be working as the agency assistant at RQLA? Tell us a little bit about your background. Lindsay Flanagan (LF): I’ve always wanted to work with words. I’ve been writing stories for almost as long as I can remember, and
Literary agent Jacqui Lipton breaks down what you should be looking for in a comp title — and when you can do without one.
Agent Kelly Dyksterhouse thinks of the first ten pages of a manuscript as a promise. Here’s how to keep your promise to readers, agents, and editors.