Tag: Writers’ League of Texas Agents Conference

Meet the Conference Faculty: Agent Dana Murphy

“I’m often asked: ‘How do I create a voice that agents want?’ But at the heart of finding your voice is authenticity. It’s not about writing what you think agents want to read but finding the one agent who gets you and your book.” -Dana Murphy Every year, the Writers’

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Featured WLT 2013 Agents and Editors Conference Blog

An Interview with Keynote Speaker Chuck Sambuchino   The Writers’ League of Texas 2013 Agents and Editors Conference is only a couple months away. This year, WLT managed to nab Chuck Sambuchino, everything extraordinaire, for the Keynote Luncheon. He’s done it all folks — writing, editing, publishing, agents. He’s the

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Conference Takeaways

Now that the 2010 Writers’ League of Texas Conference is behind us, I’m wondering what everyone’s favorite takeaways were. Here’s my favorite eye-openers of the weekend: Agents do NOT read synopses — they’d much rather read the actual book. Cal Morgan of HarperCollins was a superb last-minute substitute for Carrie

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Post-Conference Doggerel

The just in from WLT member John Vanston! The 2010  Writers’ League of Texas Agent Conference If “sold out” is the measure. Of a meeting real success, Then the recent writers conference Gets A–Plus on the test. There were editors and agents, Who gave writers sage advice? Their words of

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