Live Near Houston? Come to the Houston Writers Guild Conference (May 7, 2011)

If you live anywhere near Houston, check out the Houston Writers Guild Conference on May 7, 2011. I will be there giving presentations as will a bunch of agents and editors.
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If you live anywhere near Houston, check out the Houston Writers Guild Conference on May 7, 2011. I will be there giving presentations as will a bunch of agents and editors. Keep reading to learn more.

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DETAILS

This is a one-day event on Saturday, May 7, 2011, in Sugar Land, TX. See the guild's official page here and look on the right side for conference information.

WHO WILL BE THERE?

Agents:
—Josh Getzler of Russell & Volkening
—Katharine Sands of Sarah Jane Freymann Literary
—Christine Witthohn of Book Cents Literary
—Cori Deyoe of 3 Seas Literary
—Nephele Tempest of The Knight Agency

Editors:
—Rebecca Frazer of Sourcebooks
—Me. Come meet me!

WHAT ELSE?

There are multiple tracks of sessions for writers: young adult, mystery, nonfiction/memoir, and writers toolkit. Download the entire program here.

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