Association of Authors’ Representatives

Association of Authors Representatives Association of Authors’ Representatives - the AAR or Literary Agents’ Guild has some of the world’s most successful book agents as members. This 5-part article series contains everything you need to know about the Association of Authors’ Representatives: history, mission, Canon of Ethics, requirements to be a member of the AAR, and contact information for active members. Scroll below for more information.

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Association of Authors’ Representatives – FAQ

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Part 1 - Association of Authors’ Representatives

What is the AAR?

What is the Association of Authors’ Representatives? When was it formed? How many literary agencies have agents that are members? If someone isn’t a member, does that mean that he or she is unethical? Click here to find out and learn about the Literary Agents’ Guild in my Guide to the Association of Authors’ Representatives.

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Part 2 - Association of Authors’ Representatives

What is the AAR Mission?

What is the mission or purpose of the Association of Authors’ Representatives? Was it founded to protect literary agencies, authors, or both? Click here to learn about the mission of the literary agents organization in my Guide to the AAR.

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Part 3 - Association of Authors’ Representatives

What are the Two AAR Branches and Requirements?

Membership in the Association of Authors’ Representatives is performance-based. That means literary agents can’t buy their way in or become members just because they know someone. That’s one of the reasons you can trust that member agents are reputable and capable. Click here to learn more about the two different AAR branches and literary agent association membership requirements in my Guide to the Association of Authors’ Representatives.

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What is the AAR Canon of Ethics?

Did you know that every member of the AAR has agreed to abide by a strict code of conduct? This article contains a condensed, easy-to-read version of this document, so you can see how you’ll be protected if you hire a book agent that’s a member of the AAR. Click here to learn more about the literary agents’ association Canon of Ethics in my Guide to the Association of Authors’ Representatives.

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Part 5 - Association of Authors’ Representatives

How Can I Find Members of the AAR?

There are hundreds of literary agents in the Association of Authors’ Representatives, and you can find them all in my free Directory of Literary Agents. Click here to find out how you can get instant access to the directory and find AAR members.

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