Resources

Nina ConsultingThe agents, editors, and consultants listed below have attended the Cape Cod Writers Center Conference in recent years. Click on the agency’s name to visit their website and learn more about the authors and books they represent.

 Agents:

 Marilyn Allen, Allen O’Shea Literary Agency. Non-fiction; particularly cooking, health, parenting, crafts and business.

April Eberhardt, April Eberhardt Literary. Traditional publishing and evolving options for agent-assisted independent publishing.

Sorche Elizabeth Fairbank, Fairbank Literary Representation. Literary, international, and women’s fiction; nonfiction.

Jackie Flynn, Joelle Delbourgo Literary Associates, full service literary associates.

Steven Hutson, World Wise Media, Full service literary agency.

Tom Miller, Lisa Dawson Associates, Full service literary agency.

Rosemary Stimola, Stimola Literary Studio. Books for children and young adults

Noah Ballard, Curtis Brown, Ltd.  Literary debuts, upmarket thrillers and narrative nonfiction.

 

Editors/Book Doctors/Consultants:

Bobbie Carlton, Carlton PR & Marketing, specializing in social media.

Arielle Eckstut, Levine Greenberg Rostan Literary Agency and The Book Doctors. Agent at large; book doctor, editor, and consultant. 

Christina Frey, Page Two Editorial, Editor and Writing coach

Diane O’Connell, Write to Sell Your Book. Author coaching, book development, editing, publication advice. 

Juanita Perez, juanitaperez@comcast.net or 774-413-9968. Copyediting and word processing (dictation as needed). 14 years’ experience.

Jo Ryder, joryder7@gmail.com. Editing and proofreading services.

David Henry Sterry, The Book Doctors. Book doctor, developmental editor, and consultant.

 

Recommended Reading:

Poets and Writers: Magazine from the Nation’s Largest Nonprofit Literary Organization

The Writer Magazine: The Essential Resource for Writers

Writer’s Chronicle: The Magazine for Serious Writers

Writer’s Digest: Write Better, Get Published

Several Short Sentences about Writing by Verlyn Klinkenborg

On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft by Stephen King