We are very excited to announce that we will be holding our third ‘Getting Published’ event on Saturday 2nd March, 2013, and this year we’re doing things a little differently…
We have a spanking new venue slap bang in central London. The event will be held in Regent’s College. Regent’s College London campus is located in Regent’s Park, close to Baker Street Underground station.
Also, we’ve only gone and doubled the size of the programme. This year we have outdone ourselves with twice as many fantastic workshops to delight and inspire, even more opportunities to meet those elusive agents and publishing experts with Q&A Panel Sessions and slushpile live, and everyone booking a ticket to the event is entitled to a 1-to-1 session in which to receive feedback on their work (these sessions are available from our roster of expert book doctors).
All this wrapped up in the enthusiastic vibrancy of meeting lots of fellow writers, making new friends and renewing acquaintances from previous events. It’s going to be a full day! Click here for all details.
As in previous years, this event aims to tell you everything you need to know prior to sending out your work. Is your manuscript ready to submit? Have you read the market right? Which agents should you approach (and do you need one at all)? How should you approach agents? What are they looking for? And what do publishers really want, anyway?
We’ve got a fabulous line up of agents to give you the truth about the market as they see it today. You’ll be hearing direct from Oliver Munson, of Blake Friedmann, Sam Copeland, of Rogers Coleridge & White, Sallyanne Sweeney, of Watson, Little, and Jodie Marsh, of United Agents.
The price is £185 and covers the following:
- All talks & events on the programme
- A one-to-one session with a book doctor of your choice
- Light refreshments, etc.
- A £30 money-off voucher for any Writers’ Workshop service
- An invitation to a post-event drinks party and a glass of wine.
Book early to avoid disappointment. There is limited availability and this is not one to miss.
We look forward to seeing many of you at the Getting Published day – and best of luck with your current writing project, no matter what stage it’s at.