Who better to help you find the best agent than a great agent working in today’s marketplace? Here at WD, we publish the Guide to Literary Agents as a huge database of agents and what they want. But getting the book is just the first step. You need to investigate agents for possible submissions then research what they like and what they’re selling. The more you target your submissions, the better off you’ll be. And when you receive an offer of representation from an agent, how do you know if they’re the best fit for you in the long run? Luckily for us, we have an expert on the matter to teach a webinar. Agent Gina Panettieri (Talcott Notch) teaches “How To Find The Right Agent To Sell Your Book” on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012. All attendees get a critique.
Registrants are invited to submit a ‘pitch and a page’ — a 25-word summary as well as the opening 250 words of their book. All submissions are guaranteed a written critique by instructor Gina Panettieri.
THE WEBINAR CONTENT
All the specifics about Gina’s instruction and webinars is on the shop page. There is plenty of great information on the page.
Agent Gina Panettieri is a literary agent at Talcott Notch Literary. Gina has worked in publishing for more than twenty years as an agent, independent editor and freelance writer. As an agent, she focuses on adult fiction and nonfiction as well as young adult fiction. She is a frequent guest at writers’ conferences nationwide. Her clients include UK horror bestseller Wayne Simmons, Deadtown series author Nancy Holzner, food writer and cookbook author Brette Sember, and media personality and author Dr. Seth Meyers.
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