Authors and Writers
“Speed-Dating” by the Bay at our 9th Annual Signature Event
Back by popular demand: Keynote Luncheon (see below)
MEET-THE-AGENTS & ACQUISITION EDITORS
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Lynn Henriksen, Event Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, March 24th, 2012 • 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sinbad’s Restaurant, Pier 2, San Francisco
$55 WNBA member, $65 non-member, or $75 at the door
(Bonus: Coffee and “How to Pitch Training” included from 8:00 to 9:00 am)
Keynote Luncheon – 12:30 – $35.00 – Menu selections on our website.
Bestselling author Meg Waite Clayton says, “I didn’t start out being a novelist, I started out as someone who wanted to be a novelist but had no idea how one went about that – much less any faith in my own talent.” Stay for lunch to rub elbows with the agents and acquisition editors as Meg shares her inspiring and persistent journey to the publication of her outstanding books.
Note: Must be registered to attend
Meg Waite Clayton is the nationally bestselling author of The Four Ms. Bradwells, The Wednesday Sisters, and the Bellwether Prize finalist The Language of Light, all published by Random House’s Ballantine Books, and all major national book club picks. Her novels have been published in six languages, and her shorter work has aired on public radio and appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The San Jose Mercury News, Writers Digest, Runners World and other print and online magazines and news sources. A graduate of the University Michigan Law School, she lives with her family in Palo Alto, and is at work on a fourth novel, The Wednesday Daughters, to be published in 2013. www.megwaiteclayton.com
Event sponsor: Women’s National Book Association – San Francisco
WNBA-SF is a non-profit organization that fosters professional development and exposure of our members through a variety of book-related programs, workshops, and hands-on opportunities to make valuable contacts and connections that are beneficial at any stage of one’s career. WNBA-SF is part of a National network promoting the value of books and reading since 1917 throughout ten chapters stretching from coast to coast. Annual Membership is $45.
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