From Submission To Acquisition: What Happens After You Get A Literary Agent

The submission and acquisition process involves a LOT of waiting

So, you’ve landed a literary agent.

Now what?

Signing with a literary agent is a major milestone, something that most writers will never, ever achieve. If you sign with an agent, that most likely means that you’ve got that right combination of technical prowess, creative spark, structural know-how, and…

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Mike Chen is a Bay Area-based writer of critically acclaimed science fiction. He also covers geek culture and used to cover the NHL. He loves dogs very much.

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Mike Chen

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Mike Chen is a Bay Area-based writer of critically acclaimed science fiction. He also covers geek culture and used to cover the NHL. He loves dogs very much.

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