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Attend the 2018 Novel Writing Virtual Conference!

Gain insights from SEVEN award-winning and best-selling authors!
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Writer's Digest is pleased to present an exclusive virtual conference for novel writers! On January 19-21, our 2018 Writer's Digest Virtual Writing Conference for Novelists will provide expert insights from SEVEN award-winning and best-selling authors on the finer points of how to write a novel. Spend the weekend learning techniques for honing your craft skills, refining your characters, exploring the future of publishing, and getting the tools you need to advance your career as a writer from seven different published authors*, then (if you choose) pitch your novel via query letter to a literary agent. The agent will provide you with a personalized critique of your query - and maybe ask to see more.

Experience the education, camaraderie, and opportunities provided by a live writing conference without ever having to leave your home!

All participants will benefit from:

•  SEVEN all-new, one-hour webinar presentations provided by award-winning and bestselling authors, all examining different aspects of writing novels. Each session will include an opportunity for live Q&A with the authors!
•  A critique (with written feedback) of your query letter from an agent with experience.
•  A bonus 90-minute On Demand webinar covering how to write a query letter so you're prepared when pitching your novel to agents. (A $79.99 value!)
•  The ability to network with fellow writers via discussion boards that will be open throughout the weekend. Share ideas, and even your work if you choose.
•  Unlimited OnDemand viewing! All conference sessions will be made available for download in the week following the live presentations. Even if you can't attend every session live, you will be able to view each lecture on your own whenever you choose.


Join us for the live event and have a chance to get written feedback on your query letter from a literary agent who works with authors. Participating agents include Jennie Goloboy (Red Sofa Literary), Moe Ferrara (BookEnds Literary Agency), Victoria Cappello (Bent Agency), and Gabrielle Piraino (DeFiore and Company). Click on the "Participating Literary Agents" tab for more information!

Register now to join us for this unique online event!

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Carolyn Walker
Victoria Cappello
Victoria Cappello graduated from the City University of New York, Queens College. Before joining the Bent Agency, she completed internships at Serendipity Literary and the Carol Mann Agency. She's looking for both commercial and literary fiction, as well as nonfiction titles.
Moe Ferrara
Moe is a member of the BookEnds team in May of 2015 as a literary agent and the subsidiary rights director. Moe is interested in books for middle grade, young adult, and adult readers in most genres-especially science fiction, fantasy, contemporary, and light horror. 
Jennie Goloboy
Jennie Goloboy is a literary agent at Red Sofa Literary in St. Paul, MN, with a particular interest in representing history and science fiction and fantasy. A Harvard-educated historian, she is the author of Charleston and the Emergence of Middle Class Culture in the Revolutionary Era.
Gabrielle Piraino
Gabrielle Piraino joined DeFiore and Company in 2016, having previously worked for both major commercial publishing houses and literary agencies alike, including Farrar, Straus & Girous and AGI Vigliano. Gabbie is actively seeking projects in the mystery, thriller, and horror genres.
*All conference attendees are invited to submit a query letter for their novel for a written critique as part of each registration. Please note that any one of the instructing agents may ask for additional materials if the initial submission shows serious promise.
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