How do ya find a literary agent? Sometimes, they find you…

Kismet and the search for an agent…

At cons or workshops where I’ve been on panels, I’m usually asked “Dude, how did you land an agent?”   (or maybe it was “Dude, how did YOU land an agent?!” but let’s not quibble). Well, there’s a site-page for that. Back when my first novel, Zenn Scarlett, was about to be published, editor/author Chuck Sambuchino over at Writers Digest interviewed me. (Thanks again, Chuck!) It’s mostly me shootin’ off my mouth about the basic flaming hoops any writer needs to jump through when looking for representation, plus of course, the usual “write on, kids!” admonitions. But my experience did come with an unexpected (and welcome) twist. So if you’re in agent-hunting mode, or just interested in the eccentric ways the process can play out, here ya go:  Writers Digest rambling author interview.  So, good luck and… write on, kids!

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