Getting Published: How to get and Agent and Publisher in the 21st Century

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If you've ever thought, "Maybe I've got a book here" or "So-and-so says I should share my knowledge with others," then you need to attend Getting Published: How to Get an Agent and Publisher in the 21st Century on Wednesday, September 17 at 6:00 p.m. in Greenwich Library Meeting Room.

Jessica Bram, NPR commentator and author of Happily Ever After Divorce: Notes on a Joyful Journey, will moderate a panel of experts. Attendees will learn what literary agents are looking for and how to research the competition for their book idea. The panel will also discuss publishing resources, sample chapters and book promotion.

The expert panel will feature:

Lucy Hedrick, five-time nonfiction author, who will discuss the non-fiction book proposal.

Prill Boyle, author of Defying Gravity: A Celebration of Late-Blooming Women, will discuss the coincidence, intuition and synchronicity of publishing.

Nina Nelson, author of the young adult novel, Bringing the Boy Home, will discuss entering and winning contests.

Denise Marcil, President, Denise Marcil Literary Agency, Inc. will provide an agent's perspective.

For more information, please contact Wynne Delmhorst at 203-622-7921 or wdelmhorst@greenwichlibrary.org.

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