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The Great Agent Hunt
    One of the greatest challenges a writer faces on the path to becoming an author is the great agent hunt.  Some people choose not to go for one, with great results.  Currently, I'm trying the agent route.  I'd like to emphasize that not all agents are friendly, honest people who are content to make their money (usually about 25 %) from your successes.  Make sure to check out the "scam alert" pages listed here before sending your hard work out.

In fact, I think I'll list my favorite three of these type of pages first:

Writers Beware
http://www.sfwa.org/beware/

Preditors & Editors
http://anotherealm.com/prededitors/

The Rumor Mill
http://www.speculations.com/rumormill/

Agent Research - a good sight, will tell you some things for free, but for a full report you'll have to pay money.  (hence, a very nice place, but not my favorite.  :D  )
http://www.agentresearch.com

Fiction Addiction has one of the best agent lists - AAR approved and not.
http://www.fictionaddiction.net/agentsa.html

All About Literary Agents
http://www.allaboutliteraryagents.com

Association of Author's Representatives Homepage
http://www.publishersweekly.com/aar/

Authorlink Agent Directory
http://www.authorlink.com/agents.html

Guide to Literary Agents
http://mailer.fsu.edu/~tip4773/litagent.html

Lady K'Lyssia's own agent hunt:
http://imagination.klyssia.com/Ahunt.html

Literary Agency, publishers, authors, conferences, query letters.
http://www.literaryagent.net

Literary Agent Homepages
www.literaryagent.com

Literary Agents
http://www.literaryagents.org

Partial List of Fantasy Agents
http://www.ebydesigns.com/writers/fantasyagents.html

Publishers Database
www.find-a-publisher.com

Romantic Times - Romantic (genre) Agents
http://www.romantictimes.com/g_writer/g3_agent.html

The Author's Registry
http://www.authorsregistry.com/welcome.html

Writers Net
http://www.writers.net