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Get a 20% discount at Writers & Artists' agents event at York Literature Festival

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Writers & Artists return to the York Literature Festival in March with a fantastic line-up of literary agents ready to offer expert advice on how to pitch your novel successfully.
 


Sam Copeland, Sallyanne Sweeney and Jo Unwin spend their working lives looking for exciting authors to represent. Here – via a few examples of submission faux pas – each will impart essential hints and tips on how you – the author – can put together an attention-grabbing covering letter, well-crafted synopsis and ready-to-read opening chapters of your novel.

Event Details
How NOT to submit your manuscript: https://www.writersandartists.co.uk/events/how-not-to-submit-your-manuscript 

12-2pm, 12 March, 2016.
Friargate Theatre, Lower Friargate, York YO1 9SL
 
To get the inside track from these three leading UK literary agents, visit https://www.writersandartists.co.uk/events/how-not-to-submit-your-manuscript and book now. Tickets are just £25, with Writing Magazine subscribers able to receive an exclusive £5 discount by entering ‘WRITERSNEWS’ by 10 March at the checkout stage. Phone bookings can be made on 0207 631 5985

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