Literary Agents: Who Needs Them…?

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Marcus D. Niski

Good question. Many writers, including those with a broad general understanding of the literary world, often appear to be somewhat unsure of the role of literary agents in representing and managing an authors’ work. Marcus Niski reports.

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About the author

Marcus D. Niski is the Executive Officer of the Fellowship of Australian Writers (Vic.) and Editor of The Australian Writer magazine. He has lectured extensively in Professional Writing and Editing programs, and has developed and delivered short courses and training in Freelance Journalism, Speechwriting, Editing Newsletters and Research for Writers.