About the agent
Since 2008, Robin Mizell has maintained a very small client list, so she can focus on and enjoy building the careers of a select group of gifted writers. Insatiable curiosity, reliable intuition, and the tendency to be both an early adopter and a contrarian is the improbable combination of traits that gives her a knack for literary matchmaking. Her clients' publishers are located around the world.
Robin possesses a BA in English literature, and prior to becoming an authors' representative she accumulated a decade of publishing experience in the corporate and government sectors and as a freelance writer and copyeditor. She launched her blog Treated & Released as a means of business networking and to demonstrate to her clients the value of transparency. An avid monitor of media criticism, she often writes about social networking and publicity for authors.
Robin's advice for writers has appeared on the LadiesWhoCritique.com blog and the Book Marketing Buzz Blog, in Writer's Guide to 2010 by Susan M. Tierney, in The Writer magazine, and in the Screenwriter’s & Playwright’s Market guidebooks published by Writer's Digest Books.
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