Today we bring you an interview with the fabulous Aussie agent, Alex Adsett.
Alex runs an agency and publishing consultant company in Brisbane, Australia. According to her website; she offers publishing contract advice to authors, publishers and booksellers, and has more recently expanded into the more traditional role of literary agent. She has fifteen years experience working in the publishing and bookselling industry, as well as a solid background in legal research and contract drafting.
Hi Alex, welcome and thanks for joining me today.
- You’re not only a literary agent, but a publishing consultant as well. Can you tell us how the two roles differ?
I offer my contract advisory service to authors who need commercial advice, and this is usually in relation to a publishing contract. If the author has been successful in getting their own publishing contract, I help them negotiate the contract on a flat fee…
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