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How to Get a Literary Agent — New Oct. 19 Agent One-on-One Boot Camp (with critiques) by New Leaf Literary

If you want to get a literary agent, you have to hook them quickly with your submission materials. And the two most important items during your initial agent inquiry are the all-important query letter and first pages of your story. This brand-new Writer’s Digest Boot Camp will teach how to do create an amazing agent submission. Writing a strong query letter requires a great hook and clear premise.
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