Nadia Cornier left Creative Media when it was being folded into Folio, and she's been busy ever since with
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On a more literary front,
Now, if your heart is set on querying one of the big dogs in the agent pound, you can write Jane Rotrosen's entire agency off your list. Unless you've been published, or you have some clout in the industry, that is. She's got enough to go around, all her associate agents are happy as can be, and she won't answer the door should you come knocking. According to her Publishers Marketplace site:
We regret that we can no longer accept queries from writers who have not been previously published or who have not been referred to us by a client or colleague. We will not respond to email queries. Solicited submissions by mail only unless otherwise requested by agent.The fiction market gets tighter, or so the literary agents say, but still, new agencies spring up in search of authors and manuscripts. Have they learned any economics, about the law of supply and demand? Or is the demand greater than we have been led to believe?