These Writers Found Agents at the Writer's Digest Conference. You Can, Too!

I'll cut right to the chase. The Writer's Digest Conference is this coming weekend—Jan. 20-22, 2012, in Manhattan. We've got more than 60 agents lined up to take pitches at our huge Agent Pitch Slam. If you're on the fence about attending our event (either for the full 3 days or the one-day option), let me give you four great reasons to attend: testimonials from writers who got agents and book deals through our event. You can get a sense of our recent successes by looking at the images below of the writers and their books.
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I'll cut right to the chase. The Writer's Digest Conference is this coming weekend—Jan. 20–22, 2012, in Manhattan. We've got more than 60 literary agents lined up to take pitches at our huge Agent Pitch Slam. If you're on the fence about attending our event (either for the full three days or the one-day option), let me give you four great reasons to attend: testimonials from writers who got agents and book deals through our event. You can get a sense of our recent successes by looking at the images below of the writers and their books. Want to read all four testimonials? They're all online on the Writer's Digest Conference website.

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