Archives : literary agents

Announcing New Client Kim Bolan

March 17, 2017

We’re thrilled to announce that Page Two principal Trena White is now representing award-winning investigative journalist Kim Bolan through our alliance with Transatlantic Agency.Kim Bolan covers gangs and organized crime for Vancouver Sun, where she has worked since 1984. She … Read more

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Announcing Agency Clients Jason Partridge and Ujwal Arkalgud

May 19, 2016

We are pleased to welcome agency clients Jason Partridge and Ujwal Arkalgud, represented by Page Two principal Jesse Finkelstein in partnership with Transatlantic Agency. Ujwal and Jason are writing a book that aims to change the way business leaders think about human motivation and disrupt … Read more

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Pitching Your Book without an Agent

November 3, 2015

A couple of weeks ago, we blogged about whether you need a literary agent to get a book deal. Let’s say you decide you want to pitch publishers directly. Here are a few tips to guide your approach:1. Do your homework. … Read more

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Do You Need a Literary Agent to Get a Book Deal?

October 9, 2015

The benefits of having a literary agent are significant: they explain the publishing world to you, shape your book ideas and proposals, negotiate your deals and parse your contracts, and open doors to publishers that you might not be able … Read more

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Misconceptions Writers Have of Literary Agents

August 17, 2015

We’ve noticed newer authors often don’t quite understand the role of a literary agent. So we asked some of our colleagues at Transatlantic Agency to debunk some of the myths they’ve noticed writers have of literary agents.

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