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Hiring a literary agent to help you publish screenplays, books, short stories, and poems is a big decision that every author should take seriously. By knowing a few questions that you can ask an agency’s representatives, you should find that you can choose an option that will benefit you and your work.

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    Since literary agents promote, market, and publish books, they should be adept in the publishing world and knowledgeable about all steps involved. They should be able to work well with authors, as well as possess strong communication skills. Agents should have at least a bachelor's degree, if not a master's degree.

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    Literary agents typically offer clients extensive inside experience of the editorial and publishing industries. An agency may work with clients to create winning proposals, negotiate contracts, and strategic marketing and publicity. They work with their clients long-term, to help them achieve success when they write a book, screenplay, or other publication and have it published by an outside publishing agency. Publishing houses that have literary agents on-site take a slightly different approach. They don't necessarily work with the authors on a one-on-one basis. They read manuscripts, edit them, and possibly recommend them for further consideration. As such, there are many different avenues within the literary field.

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