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Send a query via e-mail, with a brief description in the body of the text.
Try to be as engaging about the material as possible from the outset, though, without being "cute"; in other words "bells and whistles" of any kind are significantly less persuasive than the pull of a good, honest description.
Is strong journalism and column writing considered when judging the talent of a writer seeking to branch out into more creative areas?
If I’m a hermit by choice (find crowds draining, don’t do public speaking well), how does that reduce my chances of being published? Would an agent and/or publisher see that as a marketing...
Is self-publishing my early work going to cost me later in my literary career? Does an agent perceive self-published work as a demerit?