How to Land a Literary Agent
Learn to work strategically toward finding an agent in this workshop that helps you develop a pitch, a list of agents, and materials that identify you as a serious writer prepared for success.
What you can learn.
- Write the best book pitch designed to have maximum impact on agents
- Identify the best agents for you to approach with your project
- Develop post-pitch materials that highlight you as a professional worth investing in
About this course:
The vast majority of writers who pitch in popular Twitter contests like PitchWars, at writing conferences all over the country, and directly to agents are crossing their fingers and wishing for a good outcome rather than working in a strategic way to make sure their pitch actually works. In this course, you learn how to identify the most likely agents to offer you a deal, write a pitch that knocks their socks off, and follow it up with materials that prove you are a writer worth investing in. Whether you are writing fiction, memoir, or nonfiction, this class will teach you everything you need to do to position yourself to earn the money, prestige, and opportunity of a traditional book deal.
Summer 2019 Schedule
These courses meet in person and make use of an online presence to varying degrees.