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Agents
11. Geri Thoma (Writers House)
12. Bob Diforio (D4EO Literary Agency)
13. Suzie Townsend (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc)
14. James Schiavone, Ed.D (Schiavone Literary Agency, Inc.)
15. Susan Schulman (Susan Schulman: A Literary Agency)
16. Kristin Nelson (Nelson Literary Agency, LLC)
17. Amy Rennert (The Amy Rennert Agency, Inc.)
18. Claire Gerus (Claire Gerus Literary Agency)
19. Ashley Grayson (Ashley Grayson Literary Agency)
20. Joanna Volpe (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc.)
Writers & Independents
11. Herta Feely (editorial services, agent; Chrysalis Editorial)
12. Laura Golden Bellotti (writer, editor)
13. Lisa Rojany Buccieri (editorial services, editor; Editorial Services of Los Angeles)
14. Elisabeth Rinaldi (editorial services, editor; Inky Paw Editing)
15. W. D. Gagliani (writer, editor; Author of Stoker Award nominee WOLF'S TRAP)
16. Linda Carbone (editorial services, editor)
17. Gail Pool (writer)
18. J.T. Ellison (writer; Author)
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13. Life on the Fringe: Select Posts (by Yasmine Galenorn)
14. Rick Frishman's Author101 Publicity Blog (by Rick Frishman, Author and Publisher at Morgan James Publishing)
15. The Talcott House, A Gothic Romance (by Lucretia Bingham, Ramblings)
16. Ravings From The Writing Desk (by Gary Kriss)
17. How to Get Published (the hard way) (by Steve Bevilacqua)
18. The (Mis)Adventures Of An Aspiring Novelist (by Missye K. Clarke, Team Harmonic-Power & "The Antioxidants Explainer")
19. Astrology For Writers (and Editors too) (by Julie Hill, Agent and Astrologer, Julie A Hill and Assoc)
20. MERRYLL MANNING NEWS (by John Howard Reid, Award-winning author, critic and publishing professional)
Others
6. Robert Brown (publisher, editor; Martin Brown Publishers/Ampichellis Ebooks)
7. Carol Traver (publisher, sr. acquisitions editor; Tyndale House Publishers)
8. Sheri Williams (publisher; TouchPoint Press)
9. J R Lankford (writing group founder; NovelPro)
10. Len Barot (publisher; Bold Strokes Books Inc)
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