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Saturday, 12 June 2010

The Rejection Letter of the Future Will Be Silence (And Why This is a Good Thing)

Originally published at The Huffington Post

One of the more challenging aspects of being a literary agent is dealing with the incredible deluge of submissions that pour in every single day, twenty four hours a day, from all corners of the globe and for every type of project imaginable. I don't keep precise stats on the number I receive (it's hard enough just to answer them all), but in any given year I receive somewhere between 15,000 and 20,000 query letters from aspiring authors. Out of those tens of thousands I reject all but a tiny handful of them and take on perhaps three to five clients a year.


Nathan Bransford


More here (courtesy Nathan Bransford - Literary Agent)

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