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It’s spring – time to check out the classes and conferences!!!!

The  Whidbey Island Writer’s Conference  includes the opportunity to talk with a Literary agent or Publishing House editor in genre of choice. The Conference is set for April 1-3 in Coupeville, WA. On Friday, April 1, Andrea Hurst of Andrea Hurst Literary Management will present Perfect Pitch. If you have never pitched your book then you must attend a pitch session. They can be illuminating.
Conference participating agents and editors include: Andrea Brown, Andrea Brown Literary Agency, CA, Toddler Board Books to Young Adult; April Eberhardt, April Eberhardt Literary, Adult Commercial & Literary Fiction; Contemporary Urban Fiction; Ironic Family Dramas and Realistic Midlife Tales; Selected Non-Fiction and Young Adult Crossover Works; Mandy Hubbard, D4EO Agency, WA, Young Adult and Middle Grade including Contemporary or Historical, Fantasy/Paranormal or Realistic; Andrea Hurst, Andrea Hurst Literary Management, Coupeville, WA, Adult Nonfiction, Well Crafted Fiction, Contemporary or Historical Fiction, Contemporary Women’s Fiction, Paranormal Romance, Urban Fiction, Nonfiction: Memoir, Health/Wellness, Self Help, Cookbooks, Pets.
Also, Jeff Kleinman, Folio, NY, Adult Upmarket, Fiction, Narrative and Some Prescriptive Nonfiction; Laurie McLean, Larsen Pomada Agency, CA, Adult Genre Fiction: Romance, Fantasy; Sci-Fi, Mystery; Western, Horror; Middle Grade, Young Adult; Bree Ogden, Sharlene Martin Agency, WA, Graphic Novels; Children’s; no vampires or werewolves; and Gordon Warnock, Andrea Hurst Literary Management, CA, Nonfiction: Memoir, Cookbooks, Pets, Self-Help, Current Events, Humor, How-To, Health and Dieting, Fiction: Commercial Narrative w/Literary Edge, Young Adult (no vampires); Pets, Humor.
Editors and their literary genres include Andrea Walker, Little Brown, NY, Fiction; Historical Fiction; New Writers; and Melissa Manlove, Chronicle Books, CA, Children’s books in all age groups and most genres. For complete Conference details or to register go to http://www.writeonwhidbey.org

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