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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.She took time to have a thought about your work, and she knows the industry (probably—hopefully) better than you do. Maybe it’s time for a full-on makeover, or maybe you just need to step back and reevaluate.Not that you should be changing your hairstyle if some douche on a date tells you he doesn’t like it, but you have to be willing to be adaptable. That said, also realize this can go the opposite way as well. Schultz: With speed dating and pitch sessions, both are face to face.If your approach isn’t working, you’ve sent out 50 queries and haven’t received any requests, try mixing things up a little. If you’re trying too hard for the wrong person, that’s not going to work in the end either. So, I imagine there are a lot of sweaty palms in the mix, some over-rehearsed pitches, etc.Poelle: Authors say that pitch sessions are just like speed dating. Likewise, the agent has certain tastes, a set of criteria, preferences, things he is looking for in order to add to his list.In this back and forth, Schultz dishes on the similarities between courting a mate and courting an agent. They both turn you into a needy, approval monster who binges and Ben & Jerry’s. To finding that right fit for you and your manuscript. You start off wanting someone—anyone—to recognize your brilliance. dating advice that can also be translated into author advice while seeking an agent? Poelle: I agree, I recently signed a client who hadn’t queried me in her original round as she felt intimidated. Also, just like in a relationship, you have to be willing to compromise sometimes.