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4 Questions Agents Ask Writers at Pitch Sessions
Over the years I have participated in several agent pitches and critique sessions. I've read every article I could get my hands on discussing how to deliver your pitch, or how to gracefully listen to constructive criticism. But what continues to surprise me are the questions that agents ask of me. I'd like to share the questions I've encountered in hopes that others can be better prepared than I have been in the past. Here are a few of the questions I've been asked most often or I've found the most helpful to consider:
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Writing a Scene with Good Dialogue and Narration
People don't always say what they mean or mean what they say. That's true in real life and in fiction. Dialogue is not only about what is being said, but also about what is left unsaid. That is the playing field of narration: it shows us how people interact nonverbally. So, how do you strike a perfect balance between the two? There is no ready-made formula for the right mix of narration and dialogue. Instead, let's explore the functions of dialogue and narration in a scene, so that you can find the mix that's right for your novel.
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The Mysterious Call: Your phone rings in the middle of the night. An indiscernible voice speaks: "There is a car waiting for you outside your house. Get inside. You don't want to ignore this." Your spouse rolls over, eyes squinting, and says, "Everything okay?" What happens next?
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She is seeking: Moe is interested in science fiction and fantasy for all age groups (no picture books). She loves a bit (or a lot!) of romance in her fiction, so the right contemporary or historical romance will spark her interest. She's LGBTQ friendly, so send her that male/male erotic romance in your back pocket! At this time she's not looking for nonfiction, women's fiction, or cozy mysteries. Find out more about Moe Ferrara, including how to contact her, here:
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We are pleased to announce the Central Keynote Speaker, Jacqueline Woodson, has been awarded with the Young People's Poet Laurente by the Poetry Foundation Award! This compliments her list of honors including the 2014 National Book Award Winner for her New York Times bestselling memoir, Brown Girl Dreaming, the Newbery Honor winner (four times), the NAACP Image Award, National Book Award finalist and the Coretta Scott King Award. Join Woodson, along with Writer's Digest editors Brian A. Klems, Jessica Strawser, Chuck Sambuchino and more bestselling writers, at this year's event.
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