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How to Get Published: Second Annual CONFERENCE
with agents, published writers, and editors
Saturday, February 11, 2017 10 AM - 4 PM




Conference Schedule:
10 AM- 10:30 AM Coffee, meet and greet, networking (MAP ROOM)
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM AGENTS Panel
12 – 1 PM  Lunch 
1 – 2:15 PM  PITCH Workshop
2:15 – 2:30 PM  Coffee Break
2:30 – 3:45 PM  AUTHOR and EDITOR Panel
4PM   End of Day

Marjorie S. Deane Little Theater
Lunch in the Parkside Lounge on the main floor

Price: $150 Members; $200 Non-Members

Mindy Lewis, Writer’s Voice instructor and author
Charles Salzberg, Writer’s Voice instructor and author
Stephanie Lehmann, Writer's Voice instructor and author

Panelists and Workshop Leaders 
Noah Ballard, literary agent, Curtis Brown Ltd
Alexa Stark, literary agent, Trident Media Group
Jody Kahn, literary agent, Brandt & Hochman
Julia Kardon. literary agent, Mary Evans Inc.
Emily Griffin, editor, Harper Collins
Stacy Testa, literary agent, Writers House
Jo Ann Miller, independent editor and publishing consultant
Susan Rabiner, literary agent and co-author of Thinking Like Your Editor: How to Write Great Serious Nonfiction and Get It Published
Rita Rosenkranz, literary agent
Vanessa Mobley, editor, Little Brown
Marcia Butler, author, The Skin Above My Knee
Nora Zelevansky, author, Semi-Charmed Life

Learn how to write a killer pitch to send to agents and editors. Submit a pre-written pitch for on-the-spot feedback from publishing professionals in roundtable discussion with your peers. Or just observe. Either way, you’ll sharpen your self-promotion skills. Guidelines and resource packet included. Note: You must sign up in advance to share your pitch. SIGN UP HERE.  Please indicate whether your genre is fiction, non-fiction/memoir, or magazine articles.