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Meaning, you can do all the research ahead of time, get to know things about the agents, and choose whom you think might like your work—rather than just pitching to anyone and everyone who will listen and seeing if anything sticks.
That, or you can just wear a dress from Target that an agent sees and asks to buy off you because she thinks it’s a Diane Von Furstenburg. 😉 Poelle: Dude, I stand by our “meet cute,” and I stand by that offer for that dress.
On the flip side, certain things will turn him off right away.
The two concepts are different in that you can do your research with pitch sessions—and, unless it’s a “speed dating pitch session,” of which I do know those exist, you can usually choose whom you’re pitching at an event.
You can find plenty of advice on our site, as well as our Guide to Literary Agents blog, but in this edition of How I Landed a Literary Agent, we featured an interview between Ricki Schultz (pictured right), author of the recently released Mr. So instead of throwing yourself at whatever is left at last call, you’re more selective.
Right-Swipe, which is generating a lot of buzz, and her literary agent, Barbara Poelle (pictured below). I would say finding an agent can be similar to dating. And, of course, the many more lows eventually help you grow. You’ve done the homework and you know what you want, you know what you need, and you’re more apt to recognize a good fit when you see it.