Getting Published Today
Writing your book, (or short story, or poem, or essay) is only half of the battle. The next hurdle is getting it published.
Do you know how to get your manuscript noticed? Have you wondered whether it is better to self-publish, seek out a traditional publisher or explore the relatively new third option of partner publishing? Do you need an agent, or an editor, and how do you find a reputable one? Our panel will address all of these questions and more.
Join five experts for a lively panel discussion, followed by a Q&A period.
April Eberhardt – Panel Moderator, Literary Agent, April Eberhardt Literary.
Mark Kessler, Literary Agent, Susanna Lea Associates and David Godwin Associates.
Cynthia Liebow, Independent Publisher, Éditions Baker Street.
Susan Tiberghien, Author, Director of Geneva Writers’ Conference.
Laurel Zuckerman, Author, Editor of Paris Writers News weblog.
The Panel “Getting Published Today” will be held:
2:30 PM – 5:00 PM, Thursday 30 June, 2016.
At UNESCO Paris headquarters, 7 place de Fontenoy, 75007. Salle VI.
The panel is free for PWW masterclass participants. A limited number of spaces will be available to the public for €10. Payment and registration is required in advance.