Friday, April 16, 2010

Need a literary agent?

Maybe you should go see this panel.  We're getting to know IWOSC, so if you can attend, be sure to let us know what you thought of it!

What Writers Must Know About Finding, Securing & Working with Representation

hosted by The Independent Writers of Southern California
Monday, April 26
7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Veterans Memorial Building: 4117 Overland (at Culver Boulevard), Culver City

COST:  Free for IWOSC members, $15 for non-members.  Reservations are

FREE parking adjacent to the building, enter on Culver.

As every savvy writer learns, getting the words onto the page is just half the battle. To gain proper exposure and compensation for these efforts, writers must develop marketing intelligence. It also helps to be aligned with someone who has been down this road before – the literary agent. IWOSC’s April program presents a stellar panel of agents and a literary
attorney, who will reveal how to find the right representative, get their attention, and create a successful relationship.  We’ll look at new trends, and how to protect yourself in the current marketplace.

here to read about the panelists, Angela Rinaldi, Sally Van Haitsma, Natalie M. Fischer, & Michael S. Klein.  Moderated by Robin Quinn.

DEADLINE: Noon, Monday, day of the event.  Call (877) 799-7483 or e-mail  NOTE: If you reserve and cannot attend, please notify the IWOSC office at

LOCATION: Veterans Memorial Building, 4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, Ca.
(corner Culver Blvd - free parking; entrance on Culver)

Wear layered clothing.  The room is usually comfortable, but the temperature can vary.

IWOSC, the Independent Writers of Southern California, is a nonprofit association that has provided support, tools, and resources to help self-employed professional writers in Southern California since 1982.

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