So yesterday I Googled my name to see what would come up. Before you mutter "VAIN!" let me say that the reason I occassionally do so is to find out where my published material ends up. I've found that a lot of online publishers simply republish people's work without asking them them ( and I believe that's theft, but that's another post...) or even doing them the courtesy of asking ( It is my right to say Yes or No).
Anyhoo, I was pleasantly surprised to find one of my old articles turn up on a quick search. The article, entitled Study Potential Literary Agents As Thoroughly As You Believe They're Studying You, was published by Writer's Weekly in September 2005. And yes, the advice in the article still applies.
BTW, I've read Writer's Weekly for more than a decade and have found it to be very useful guide for writers and self-publishers. Check it out.
South African writers will also be interested to see that author Rayda Jacobs has an article entitled Writing as a coping mechanism published in this week's issue of Writer's Weekly. Rayda's books include the very popular Confessions of a gambler, The Mecca Diaries, My Father's Orchid and The Slave Book.