Pitch-O-Rama this March

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Every want to just meet editors and agents and that’s all you do?

Check out the event below.  I coach authors on how to deliver just the right pitch to agents and editors (and indie publishers). It’s casual and fun and very helpful!Coaching Writers

Meet the Agents and Editors
Saturday, March 29, 2014, 8:00 am – 12:30 pm 
Women’s Building, 3543 18th St. (between Guerrero & Valencia Sts.), San Francisco 
Continental Breakfast with treats from Tartine Bakery

We are thrilled to move the 11th Annual Pitch-O-Rama to the heart of the hip Mission District! Our new venue, the Women’s Building, is an appropriate site for WNBA during March, Women’s History Month. This is a rare opportunity to pitch one-on-one to some of the Bay Area’s best publishing professionals in an intimate, informal setting.

Meet our experts: Peter Beren, Amy Cloughley (Kimberly Cameron), Rachel Neumann (Parallax Press), Georgia Hughes, (New World), Brenda Knight (Viva Editons), Laurie McLean (Foreword Literary), Pooja Menon, (Kimberley Cameron), Michael Larsen, Elizabeth Pomada (Larsen-Pomada Agency), Alan Rinzler, Andy Ross, Brooke Warner (She Writes Press)

The event includes a FREE pre-pitch session and mentoring throughout the morning in our Green Room, an adjacent classroom to the main event in the Audre Lorde Room, both on the second floor.

Immediately following the two-hour pitch session is an lively panel discussion on the controversial topic: Categorizing “Women’s” Fiction: Helpful or Hurtful? moderated by member/author Rayme Waters, with Book Club expert and blogger, Marsha Toy Engstrom, and acclaimed historical fiction author, Anita Amirrezvani.


Space is limited! Cost: $65 WNBA members, $75 non-members. Register HERE:

http://wnba-sfchapter.org/pitch-o-rama-2014/

 

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