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Agents
11. Alec Shane (Writers House)
12. Geri Thoma (Writers House)
13. Suzie Townsend (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc)
14. Al Zuckerman (Writers House, LLC)
15. Sara Megibow (kt literary, llc)
16. Alexandra Machinist (ICM Partners)
17. Joanna Volpe (New Leaf Literary & Media, Inc.)
18. Kristin Nelson (Nelson Literary Agency, LLC)
19. James Schiavone, Ed.D (Schiavone Literary Agency, Inc.)
20. Bob Diforio (D4EO Literary Agency)
Writers & Independents
11. Lisa Rojany (editorial services, editor; Editorial Services of Los Angeles)
12. Nana Brew-Hammond (writer)
13. James Morgan (editorial services, editor, author)
14. James Milton Smith (writer)
15. Kevin Quirk (writer, editorial services; Your Book Ghostwriter)
16. Lucinda Bartley (editorial services, editor; Lucinda Bartley Editorial)
17. Bert Holtje (writer, editor; The Consulting Editor)
18. J.T. Ellison (writer, nyt & usa today bestseller; Author)
19. Lee Elliott (editorial services; Elliott Editorial Online)
20. Miriam Berkley (author photography; Miriam Berkley Photography)
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6. Buzz, Balls & Hype (by M.J. Rose)
7. Astrology For Writers (and Editors too) (by Julie Hill, Agent and Astrologer, Julie A Hill and Assoc)
8. StanzTheMan (by Stan Zales, Stanley Zalesny, S.R. Zales, S. R. zalesny)
9. Along The River (by Ric Marion)
10. Author! Author! (by Anne Mini, First Reader Editing)
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6. Sarah Johnson (book review editor, writer; Historical Novels Review)
7. Peter Beren (consultant, agent; Peter Beren Publishing)
8. Nicole Frail (editor; Skyhorse Publishing)
9. Jason Gardner (editor; New World Library)
10. Toni Sciarra Poynter (editor & editorial services, writer)
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