This Saturday, March 24, 2018: Literary Agent Pros and Cons on Shopping an Indie Published Book to Traditional Publishers. Attendees will learn how independently publishing your book can be good or bad when shopping a title to traditional publishers from a seasoned literary agent’s perspective. They’ll come to understand the author/agent relationship and the process an agent goes through when deciding what titles they want to take on and much more.
Due to the program’s subject matter being of keen interest to CIPA members and aspiring authors from other groups the March 24th CIPA meeting may be the first sold-out meeting of the 2017/18 CIPA season so register early! CIPA Members register here by Friday at 6pm to save $15.
March 2018 Signature Contents
- This Saturday, March 24, 2018 – Literary Agent Pros and Cons on Shopping an Indie Published Book to Traditional Publishers.
- CIPA Member News
- Launching a book? Consider a podcast!
- Laurel McHargue has been accepted for a table at this year’s Denver Comicon, June 15-17!
- Teresa Funke is proud to announce the fifth book in her Home-Front Heroes series…
- In the new publishing environment, how confident are you about including characters of different races, gender orientations, ethnicities, and religions?
- The Mad Hatter’s Son is a tale of love, friendship, and betrayal.
- Just about everyone knows someone who has cancer and it is shocking and scary.
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