Writers Conference Spotlights: Kentucky Writing Workshop (Feb. 6, 2015) and Tennessee Writers Conference (Feb. 7, 2015)

There are two great February 2015 writing conferences coming up that I have been asked to speak at: the Kentucky Writing Workshop on Feb. 6 in Louisville, KY, and the Tennessee Writers Conference on Feb. 7 in Nashville, TN. There are literary agents at both events taking pitches, and both are one-day events.
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If you live anywhere near the MidSouth, there are two great February 2015 writing conferences coming up that I have been asked to speak at. The first is the Kentucky Writing Workshop on Feb. 6 in Louisville, KY, and the second is the Tennessee Writers Conference on Feb. 7 in Nashville, TN. There are multiple literary agents at both events taking pitches, and both are one-day events. More details below about both...

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LOUISVILLE DETAILS

The Kentucky Writing Workshop is in Louisville on Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, at the Holiday Inn Louisville East. It is an all-day event from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. There are sessions on Book Publishing Options Today, How to Find & Pitch an Agent, How to Market Yourself and Your Books, and How to Get Published Today.

All details are on the website, such as what genres/categories each attending literary agent represents. There are at least 4 literary agents attending the events to meet writers and take pitches:

  1. Alice Speilburg of Speilburg Literary
  2. Natalia Aponte of Aponte Literary
  3. Brent Taylor of Triada US Literary
  4. Victoria Lea of Aponte Literary

NASHVILLE DETAILS

The Tennessee Writers Conference is in Nashville on Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015, at the Hyatt Place Nashville / Brentwood. It is an all-day event from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. There are sessions on Book Publishing Options Today, How to Find & Pitch an Agent, How to Market Yourself and Your Books, and How to Get Published Today.

All details are on the website, such as what genres/categories each attending literary agent represents. There are at least 4 literary agents attending the events to meet writers and take pitches:

  1. Lauren MacLeod of The Strothman Agency
  2. Greg Daniel of Daniel Literary
  3. Brent Taylor of Triada US Literary
  4. Julie Gwinn of The Seymour Agency
  5. Cate Hart of Corvisiero Literary

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