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The Dystopian Universe of an Agent Pitch Slam for Writers

Sometimes one has to step out of their writer's ten-by-twelve square bubble to find life's answers.
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The Dystopian Universe of a Pitch Slam
BrianKlems Brian A. Klems
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Today's guest newsletter is by Cheryl Schleuss, BS, MA, who attended the Writer's Digest Conference and its pitch slam. She recounts her experience for other writers considering pitch slams to know what to expect.

This whole dystopian universe concept baffles me. I live grounded. I live now. From where do these concepts arise? Sometimes one has to step out of their writer's ten-by-twelve square bubble to find life's answers. So did it happen at the summer Writer's Digest Conference in New York. More specifically, at my maiden "Pitch Slam."

From the outset, there was training; specifics of how to act, what to say, how to move clockwise or counter-clock wise around the room depending on your strategy. I felt forewarned if not prepared. However, as in time traveling, there is no able preparation for an out of body experience.  Read more... 
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