Instructor: Nichole LeFebvre
$60 Members | $65 Nonmembers
Saturday, 9/30/17 | 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
You’ve written a novel. You’ve revised a novel. You’ve re-written and re-revised a novel.
Landing an agent is daunting. In this one-day seminar we’ll demystify the process: from research to contract.
You’ll learn how to find agents who represent your genre, and importantly, how to attract their attention. You’ll get tips for condensing your brilliant book into a 3-4 line description. You’ll write an intriguing bio. Never published before? Don’t despair. There is something about you that will stand out to an agent. Bring a draft query letter and be prepared to workshop it in a group setting.
Nichole LeFebvre is an MFA candidate in fiction at the University of Virginia, where she teaches fiction. Previously, she worked as the foreign rights manager at The Friedrich Agency and edited music textbooks at Oxford University Press. Her writing has recently appeared in Prairie Schooner, Paper Darts, Barrelhouse, and Vol. 1 Brooklyn.