Early Bird Deadline April 1: Writer’s Digest Conference in NYC

2016-WDC-featuredThe Writer’s Digest Annual Conference is one of the biggest events for writers in the country that brings together the best of writing and publishing professionals to help you get a better understanding of what it takes to write, publish and sell a book and, just as important, have a successful writing career. But you need to sign up now to get the best price available.

[Is the admission fee to attending a writing conference tax deductible? CPA Carol Topp weighs in.]

The Writer’s Digest Annual Conference also has one of the biggest agent pitch-slams in the country, with more than 50 agents gathered together to give you the opportunity to pitch them your book. At the very least, they’ll help you understand what is working and what isn’t in your proposal. At its best, you’ll walk away with one or more agents requesting you send them your manuscript and, within weeks, have a literary agent representing you. Consider this:

“I probably would not have secured a deal for Rebuilding Empires in such a short period of time without attending the Pitch Slam. Of the eight agents I met, all wanted a full book proposal. Three eventually wanted to represent me. The agent I selected, John Willig, not only won me a contract with Palgrave Macmillan, but proved to be an indispensable ally and advisor. The value of Pitch Slam is not just finding an agent but finding the right one, who can really advocate for you and your work.”
-Thomas Lee, 2013 Pitch Slam Attendee

This is the chance to get your questions answered—by experts who want to see you succeed. Your seat is waiting. But your best price is only here until April 1.

Reserve your spot at the 2016 Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in NYC now!



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