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U. Florida cops ask fiction writer for fingerprints, DNA  is going around.  Thanks, sailormur for pointing that one out.  Kinda makes me want to call for a “blog a fictional violent crime” day.

And Barbara Bauer is back with more publishing drama.  For those of you who weren’t following along, Ms. Bauer is on this list:

The 20 Worst Literary Agencies

  • The Abacus Group Literary Agency
  • Allred and Allred Literary Agents (refers clients to “book doctor” Victor West of Pacific Literary Services)
  • Barbara Bauer Literary Agency
  • Benedict Associates (also d/b/a B.A. Literary Agency)
  • Sherwood Broome, Inc.
  • Capital Literary Agency (formerly American Literary Agents of Washington, Inc.)
  • Desert Rose Literary Agency
  • Arthur Fleming Associates
  • Finesse Literary Agency (Karen Carr)
  • Brock Gannon Literary Agency
  • Harris Literary Agency
  • The Literary Agency Group, which includes the following:
    -Children’s Literary Agency
    -Christian Literary Agency
    -New York Literary Agency
    -Poets Literary Agency
    -The Screenplay Agency
    -Stylus Literary Agency (formerly ST Literary Agency, formerly Sydra-Techniques)
    -Writers Literary & Publishing Services Company (the editing arm of the above-mentioned agencies)
  • Martin-McLean Literary Associates
  • Mocknick Productions Literary Agency, Inc.
  • B.K. Nelson, Inc.
  • The Robins Agency (Cris Robins)
  • Michele Rooney Literary Agency (also d/b/a Creative Literary Agency, Simply Nonfiction, and Michele Glance Rooney Literary Agency)
  • Southeast Literary Agency
  • Mark Sullivan Associates
  • West Coast Literary Associates (also d/b/a California Literary Services)
I wasn’t going to post this list before, but hey, if we’re going to lose internet resourses due to the drama, I might actually want it for reference in the future.

Okay, off to work for me…