Are you writing
a book and looking to make the next step? We'll be at Google's Digital
Academy on Friday
16th August with literary agents Ed Wilson (Johnson
& Alcock), Davinia
Andrew-Lynch (ANDLYN) and Laura Williams (PDF)
for an evening of discussion and advice on the do's and don'ts of the
Oh, and there'll be drinks, discounted books for sale...
and tickets are just
Join us at Google's Digital Academy in
London for an evening of writing advice and submission tips from three
leading literary agents in discussion with Alysoun Owen,
Editor of the Writers' & Artists' Yearbook.
The evening will also include a drinks reception, nibbles and a chance
to purchase copies of the 2019 editions of the Writers' & Artists' Yearbook
and the Children's
Writers' & Artists' Yearbook at a special event price!
Join us in beautiful Oxfordshire
surrounds for writing workshops with authors Tim Pears, Natasha Farrant and
a keynote session with best-selling novelist Rachel Joyce; as
well as publisher and agent panel discussions!
If you're writing for children, don't
miss out on our five week course of practical workshops and expert
advice from course leader Caroline
Green. This course has been designed to benefit authors
at all stages of their writing journey.
Caroline will also be joined by literary agent Catherine Clarke
and best-selling children's author Peter Bunzl during the course
which will take place at Bloomsbury Publishing.
Want to finish your novel by the end
of this year? Join author and creative writing course tutor William Ryan on
our ten-week course dedicated to helping you transform your novel idea
into a fully-fledged manuscript.
William will also be joined on the course by authors Ian McGuire and
literary agents Jemima
Forrester and Oli
Munson; and editorial director Alison Hennessey.
Our most popular half-day event sees
four agents work with a maximum of 28 delegates across two morning
seminar sessions before a networking lunch. Writers then have the
opportunity to speak to an agent about their project in a ten-minute
This October date is dedicated to writers of Children’s
your own life can be a difficult task. How can you make your own life
experiences appeal to a wider audience? This evening masterclass with
author and journalist Helen
Croydon will help you to identify story worthy
elements of real-life events and how to turn them into an engaging