Live Near Lexington, KY? Come See Me Speak on March 20, 2010!

On Saturday, March 20, 2010, I will be presenting at the Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning in Lexington, KY—giving a two-hour speech on "Everything You Need to Know About Getting an Agent." Come out and see me! This is my first dealings with the Carnegie but it seems like they have year-round cool programs for writers.
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On Saturday, March 20, 2010, I will be presenting at the Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning in Lexington, KY—giving a two-hour speech on "Everything You Need to Know About Getting an Agent." Come out and see me! This is my first dealings with the Carnegie but it seems like they have year-round cool programs for writers. See their website here. To register for the event, call the main number (859)254-4175.

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In this speech, I will address all things agent, and show writers how to snag a rep without fear of being scammed. We’ll discuss book proposals, novel synopses, query letters, pitching, how to find an agent, and everything else. Questions welcomed and encouraged!

The whole thing goes down from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, March 20, 2010, at the center, 251 West Second St., Lexington, KY. Phone: (859)254-4175. Validated parking for the Carnegie Center is now available at a new location: Validated parking for the Carnegie Center is available at the Featherstone Garage on Upper Street between Second and Church streets.

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