Wednesday, July 28, 2010

The Hannah Rogers Literary Agency Website . . .



is up and running. You'll find it here.

17 comments:

BuffySquirrel said...

I laughed so much people came to see what I was laughing at!

arhooley said...

I guarantee you're going to get submissions.

150 said...

Hannah's going to start getting real queries in like a week.

sylvia said...

This is awesome.

I need a better first line.

fairyhedgehog said...

That is so funny!

And I agree with arhooley and 150 - she's going to get queries!

middle grade ninja said...

That is one of the funniest sites I have ever seen.

Robin S. said...

This is a scream.

LSimon said...

Best thing about EE???


Follow through.

Anonymous said...

Brilliant and hilarious acknowledgment that the 'novelist' business model we all aspired to succeed with no longer works, at least not for authors -- so it must be re-invented.

Whirlochre said...

Does she tweet? Or merely emit a whistling sound when her buttocks are lightly fondled?

batgirl said...

Oh wow. Has anyone popped this up onto Absolute Write's Bewares board? I'm not sure I could keep a straight face while doing it.

Kings Falcon said...

Way too priceless.

Evil Editor said...

Ms. Rogers has received about a dozen actual query letters since opening her doors four years ago.

ike said...

So where are you supposed to send them? I mean, I looked in the submission guidelines for an e-mail or something, but there's nothing that says send your first line only at ....whatever. So can anyone help contact Hanna? I really want to send her the first letter of my novel but there's just no contact information on the blog :(
P.S: I'm sorry if this comes up twice, I tried it once but didn't see it post so I done it again, if it comes twice I don't mind if you delete one of them admin!

Evil Editor said...

Sorry, it's too depressing when people submit to Hannah. She used to accept submissions via Twitter, but closed her Twitter account. Evil Editor, on the other hand, accepts queries and openings.

ike said...

I'm kind of confused Evil Editor XD. What do you mean it's depressing? Why did she close her twitter account? Does that mean that she stopped being an agent and she doesn't take any more submissions?

Evil Editor said...

Exactly. However, some of the tweets she received, along with her responses, have been preserved for posterity, in hopes that authors might learn from them. http://evileditor.blogspot.com/2013/04/hannahs-tweets.html