All right, maybe two posts isn't a roundup. Still, these are a couple of interesting posts from the literary agent's POV.
First is author and former agent Nathan Bransford's take on what standardization of terms means to the future of literary agents. It may not be good news, if their expertise is no longer needed to negotiate contracts. On the other hand, is standardization of terms any better news for writers? Read his post and give me your thoughts:
Nathan Bransford -- The Greatest Challenge Agents Will Face
The second post is from current agent Natalie M. Fischer. In it, she shares some pet peeves that land queries in her circular file. Check it out:
Adventures in Agentland -- It's QUERY Season!