If you’re attending the Las Vegas Writers’ Conference (you are, aren’t you?) you’ll want to attend the first three Monday evening meeting at Community Lutheran Church, 6:30pm. We’ll be refreshing everyone’s memory about Log Lines, Elevator Pitches, and Synopsis, and then helping members with those items. Then, we’ll have practice pitch sessions.
These meetings are extremely helpful in preparing for pitching to the agents and acquisition editors at the conference. Practice builds confidence. Practice helps you present your best effort. Practice helps you look and sound like the professional writer those agents and editors are searching for.
And, HWG members will be voting on Board positions on Monday, April 3.
This is the 26th FREE Dear Lucky Agent online contest with agent judges and super-cool prizes. Here’s the deal: With every contest, the details are essentially the same, but the niche itself changes-meaning each contest is focused around a specific category or two. If you’re writing any kind of fantasy or science fiction novel (for adults), then this 26th contest is for you! The contest is live through end of day, Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. The contest is judged by agent Mike Hoogland of Dystel & Goderich. (Dystel and Goderich will be repped at the 2017 LV Writers’ Conference.)
All you have to do is submit the first double-spaced page of your completed work of adult speculative fiction. Read more at Writers Digest
Then if you decide to go forward – what hav eyou got to lose, it’s free! – send E-mail entries to: email@example.com.
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Leviosa is a 4-day non-profit Harry Potter, Young Adult Lit & Writing conference at Green Valley Ranch in Henderson, NV, July 7 – 10. They thought some of you might be interested in the Writing Track, and the literary agent
one-on-one pitching sessions available for an additional fee of $25 beyond day pass/registration costs (prices $60-$450: vary from one day pass to VIP level).
They also have over a dozen YA Lit authors coming for lectures & signings.
Registration deadline has been extended: http://leviosa.org/register/
If you’re a serious writer, you are at least familiar with the name Chuck Sambuchino. He does a lot of good things for writers, and he’s been faculty at our conference. In particular are his timely updates on Agents open to new submissions.
I know we have several writers amongst us who write SciFi and Chuck has guest authored on Writers In the Storm blog about 14 – count ’em 14! – agents seeking Sci-Fi novels right NOW.
Here’s the link: Writers in the Storm