Thrillerfest 2008

Each year International Thriller Writers lines up some of the biggest names in publishing for four days of learning, networking and pitching in New York City. ThrillerFest 2008 actually consists of three events. At ThrillerFest, avid thriller readers and writers can mingle with their favorite New York Times-bestselling authors, including James Patterson, Sandra Brown, Brad Thor, Kathy Reichs and Eric Van Lustbader.
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Each year International Thriller Writers lines up some of the biggest names in publishing for four days of learning, networking and pitching in New York City. ThrillerFest 2008 actually consists of three events. At ThrillerFest, avid thriller readers and writers can mingle with their favorite New York Times-bestselling authors, including James Patterson, Sandra Brown, Brad Thor, Kathy Reichs and Eric Van Lustbader. At CraftFest, thriller writers can attend craft-specific educational sessions. And following CraftFest is AgentFest, an opportunity to pitch your work one-on-one to agents. More than 20 agents from top literary agencies, including Folio Literary Management, Dystel & Goderich Literary Management, Trident Media Group, Levine Greenberg Literary Agency and Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency, will be present. (Writer’s Digest is a sponsor of this event.)

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