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  Writer’s Digest has been around for more than 90 years, nurturing and developing new writers. With a legacy like that, it’s only fitting that the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference means serious business. Here, you’ll find invaluable sessions that go beyond the basics you’ll find at other writing conferences about the business of writing.

Take a look at just a few of the in-depth sessions you can be a part of this summer in New York, but don’t hesitate; Early-Bird registration pricing ends April 1!
 
  Ben Sobieck Go Hybrid or Perish: How One Author Learned (the Hard Way) about the New Necessity of Being a Hybrid Author | Vincent Zandri
After striking a mega publishing deal in the late 1990's a very young (and very naive), Vincent Zandri assumed he'd hit pay dirt and was ready live happily ever after. What he didn't realize was that publishers don't always honor contracts to the letter, especially when an author's books don't sell. This is the true story about why and how to diversify your publishing output.
 
  Vincent Zandri 10 Critical Questions to Ask Before and After Signing a Book Contract | Phil Sexton
Most authors assume that their agent will handle the business end of an author’s relationship with his or her publisher. To a degree, that’s true. But there are plenty of critical things that happen at a publishing house that agents don’t ask about and may not even be aware of. The ultimate responsibility falls on you to know what’s happening, why, and how to turn it to your advantage. It can make or break the success of your book—even your career! In this eye-opening session, Writer’s Digest publisher Phil Sexton examines ten key questions you should be asking your publisher, and will provide advice, tips, and strategies for ensuring that your book is given the attention it deserves.
 
  Vincent Zandri Hot Sheet Live: Which Industry Issues Are Your Business | Porter Anderson
Don’t waste hours poring over blogs. Join Porter for a look at some of the key industry issues that authors need to assess. Cutting through the confusion and recommending rational approaches to issues of the day is the goal, and your precise concerns (discoverability? marketing? strategies?) are the point of this entertaining and upbeat session. Join us for guidance, not gossip, and analysis, not agenda!

Authors Without Borders: How Global Is the Writer's Reach Today? | Porter Anderson
If the digital revolution offers anything to authors, it should be a chance to fly over normal frontiers and make your work available anywhere, right? While technically this is possible, you have to know how. In this session, Porter shares how to get offshore in meaningful and effective ways and runs up a few warning flags about where those exotic shores get rocky.
 
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