Literary agent and author Evan Marshall began his career
as a book editor at New American Library, Everest House, and Dodd, Mead.
After making the decision to switch to the agent side of the business, he
joined The Sterling Lord Agency, where he worked for three years before opening
The Evan Marshall Agency nearly 15 years ago.
During that time, Marshall maintained his writing career, publishing his first
book, Eye Language, in 1983. The Marshall Plan for Novel Writing,
published in 1998, went back to press for a second printing only a month after
its release, and a new mystery series debuts this summer when Kensington releases Missing
He also contributes articles on writing and publishing to Writer's Digest and
other magazines, including his column for Romance Communications, "Ask
Evan Marshall: Answers and Advice from a Literary Agent."
For more information, including a free subscription to his monthly newsletter,
visit his website at www.thenovelist.com.