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Get Past the Slush Pile: Live Critiques with Literary Agents Jeff Kleinman & Molly Jaffa
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Session Date: July 9, 2015
Starting Time: 2:00pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
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About the critique:

All registrants are invited to submit a query letter and the first page of your manuscript. All submitted materials are guaranteed a written critique by Jeff Kleinman and Molly Jaffa.


Please Note: Even if you can't attend the live webinar, registering for this live version will enable you to receive the On Demand webinar and a personal critique of your material. Purchasing the On Demand version after the live event will not include a critique.


About the webinar:

Submitting your query to a literary agent can be a daunting process. So many get rejected. What makes a special one get through? Join Jeff Kleinman and Molly Jaffa for a live reading of sample queries and pages to understand exactly what goes through an agent's mind when they look at your work.


This live webinar will offer you the tools to revise your query so that it can be one of the lucky ones, and to polish your opening page so that it captures and keeps an agent's interest.


What you'll learn:

How to research and find the right agent for your novel
How to develop a log line that grabs an agent's attention
How to use comparable titles to contextualize your book's place on the shelf
How to write a succinct, effective query that will garner manuscript requests
How to write a succinct, effective query that will garner manuscript requests
How to interpret agent responses to your query
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Writers with a novel, memoir, or narrative nonfiction that's ready to query
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Writers who want to learn whether their novel's first page is working
Writers who want to develop industry contacts
Writers who value honest, constructive feedback
Writers who want to learn more about what a literary agent can do for their careers
Instructors:

Jeff Kleinman is a literary agent, intellectual property attorney, and founding partner of Folio Literary Management, LLC, a New York literary agency, which works with all of the major U.S. publishers (and, through subagents, with most international publishers). Molly Jaffa has been working closely with Folio authors' projects since 2008, and is an Associate Member of the Association of Authors' Representatives (AAR). Read their full bios >>
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