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Break Through the Gatekeepers
Getting published has always been hard, but in 2018 it is exponentially more difficult. Publishers are taking fewer risks, paying out smaller advances, and reserving spots in their print catalogues for authors who guarantee big sales. The digital space has crowded its way into brick-and-mortars.

In this Thursday's live webinar, Lane Heymont, Principal of The Tobias Literary Agency, will break down the current publishing industry, its changing markets, and help you discover where your writing fits in. Learn developmental strategies and analysis to perfect your query so you can break through those gatekeepers and land your dream - a publishing contract.
About the critique
All registrants are invited to submit your query letter for critique. Please wait until after the live webinar date to submit your critique material. This allows you to make changes to query letter based on the presentation and will ensure you receive the most helpful critique possible. All submitted queries are guaranteed a written critique by Literary Agent Lane Heymont.
What you'll learn
•  How to write the perfect query
•  What is high-concept
•  Who the big players in publishing are
•  How to vet a publisher
•  The changing market
•  What happens behind the scenes when publishers consider your work
Who should attend
•  Writers who are interested in writing a book
•  Writers who are in the querying stage
•  Writers looking for resources to learn the business
•  Writers who can't seem to break through those gatekeepers
•  Writers who need networking tips
Thursday, May 10, 2018 at 1:00 PM EDT
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Instructor: Lane Heymont
Lane began his career at The Seymour Agency and later founded The Tobias Literary Agency. He is a member of the Romance Writers of America, Horror Writers Association, the Association of Authors' Representatives, and Mystery Writers of America
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