Dear Miss Snark:
What's your take on a U.S. citizen querying Canadian or U.K. agents? Is it a terrible idea, a waste of resources, or worth a try?
Best regards to you and Killer Yapp!
KY dons his Union Jack beret and waits for the bangers delivery boy to show up while we answer this question.
Why would you do this?
US agents sell North American rights, and last I looked that included Canada and then we row across the pond and sell UK rights via a UK subagent.
I've never heard of a US author being represented only by a UK or Canadian agent. Maybe I'm off base here (and with the Yankees this season well...off base is pretty much the norm) but I don't see the advantage.
It's not illegal or stupid...but it's like moving to New Jersey...why would you do it?