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Rodrigo Corral has some thoughts on your book cover:

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Rodrigo Corral has some thoughts on your book cover:
Writer's Digest Annual Conference Speaker Rodrigo Corral

  The bad news? Your book may very well be judged on its cover. The good news? There is nobody better to offer you guidance than Rodrigo Corral, the world-famous cover designer whose work has graced some of today's most read—and recognizable—books.

Join Rodrigo at the Writer's Digest Annual Conference this July 31–August 2 in New York City to learn from a master. But you don't have to take our word for it:

 

 
"Honestly the guy seems to strike like lightning, I wish I could say I helped him in any way but that's not true. He knows his art like Vulcan knows his forge. Honestly, I just stand back and do the awe thing."
—Junot Díaz, Winner, Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

"Rodrigo is a genius at identifying that iconic item and using it to brand the book. As proof of his gift I've seen thousands of young people tattooed with those images he's created."
—Chuck Palahniuk, Bestselling Author, Fight Club

 


  In his session, Superior Cover Design, Rodrigo—founder of RCD Studio and Creative Director at Farrar, Straus & Giroux—will go beyond covering the basics of good cover design. He'll help you learn to speak the language of designers and empower you with an understanding of the creative processes that transform good cover ideas into fully realized and iconic designs that set your work apart.

You've written something worth reading. But if you want potential readers to pick up your book so they can discover that for themselves, you want—no, need—an unforgettable cover.

Covers by Rodrigo Corral
 
  Rodrigo has connected with everyone from Jay-Z to Jonathan Franzen. Now it's your turn.

Register by July 30 to lock in the lowest price.


 
             

 
  Register Now!

 
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