How to Land a Literary Agent

Trying to break into the publishing industry isn't easy. Learn how to land a literary agent and start your career with invaluable advice from Guide to Literary Agents editor Chuck Sambuchino.
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How to Land a Literary Agent
Presented by Chuck Sambuchino, Editor, Guide to Literary Agents

For a new writer, the publishing industry can be a difficult world to break into. While you know it could be valuable to have a literary agent, how do you know where to start? Chuck Sambuchino, Editor of the best selling book Guide to Literary Agents leads this invaluable seminar about how to land a literary agent. For just $199, you’ll learn:

  • How to identify and thoroughly research the literary agents who are most open to reading and responding to your work
  • How to initiate contact and pitch them in a way that will spur a request for your manuscript
  • Get the inside scoop on what agents really look for in a new author.

As an added bonus, find out the key websites and resources that will keep in the know on the latest developments in the literary agent community.

Seats for this valuable seminar are limited to 100 – sign up today, and we’ll see you on January 15!

Register now!

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