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Don't lose your seat. The Pitch Slam is selling out!

Don’t lose your seat. The Pitch Slam is selling out!
Writer's Digest Annual Conference
Act now and set your writing
career in motion this summer.
  The Pitch Slam returns to the Writer’s Digest Annual Conference in New York City this August 12-14 and with it, your chance to meet face to face with the more than 50 agents and editors scouting new talent! Pitch to as many publishing reps as you can during this pulse-pounding hour and get instant and invaluable feedback on your work!

 
  I probably would not have secured a deal
for Rebuilding Empires in such a short period of time
without attending the Pitch Slam. Of the eight agents I met,
all wanted a full book proposal.
The value of Pitch Slam is not just finding an agent but finding
the right one, who can really advocate for you and your work.”
—Thomas Lee, 2013 Pitch Slam Attendee
 
  But you’ll want to act quickly; the first two Pitch Slam sessions have already sold out! The Pitch Slam is just $99 to add onto your Basic Conference Registration.

In addition to your ticket to the Pitch Slam, you’ll also receive access to Pitch Perfect, an exclusive one-hour session with WD’s Chuck Sambuchino that reveals the best tips and tactics for making an effective pitch, a free downloadable webinar which details how to turn that pitch into a query letter, and inclusion of your query letter into the official Writer’s Digest Query Letter Directory, which is provided to all attending agents following the conference.

Just two sessions remain and seats for those are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. So claim your seat now.
 
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