Q. What do you think about using contacts to get read by agents and managers now, tentatively before a writer's strike?
I wouldn't bother anyone right now. They're all in a tizzy.
If the strike happens (ayn kaynhoreh), then I would tend to think that agents, if they're not out of town skiing, will have more time on their hands. So why not give them a buzz then?
Labels: breaking in, queries, strike
Could the strike be a Big Break for new Canadian writers looking for local interest (agent/pro co's) on this side of the border?
I would love to see some perspective on this consideration:
What is the posture going to be between WGA literary agents and producers after all this winds down in a month or a few months....
I mean is my agent going to be in any form of good standing to be pitching to producers after all the strike's "inconveniences" and 'repercussions' have disgruntled them;
... or will she be in the 'shithouse' with every good producer out there/-- just because she's part of the WGA?
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