Feb. 8, 2017
Jennifer March Soloway is an Associate Agent at the reputable Andrea Brown Literary Agency. In this interview: - How to pitch your story to an Agent. - What’s a query letter? …and how to write one. - Why it’s important to keep revising, rewriting and resubmitting your story. - What is the Big Sur Writing Workshop? …and why you should go. - What do a Toy Inventor Liaison and a Literary Agent have in common? Listen to 'Stories Unbound' Episode 17: http://traffic.libsyn.com/oatley/SU017_JenniferMarchSoloway_part01.mp3 [download the mp3] [subscribe in iTunes] Do You Want To Make Children’s Books? The Stories Unbound team is cooking up something new here at The Oatley Academy. …something special, made just for children’s book creators. Join the early notification list to get sneak peeks and a special price when we launch… Awesome Links: Connect with Jennifer on Twitter Andrea Brown Literary Agency Word Count Dracula Big Sur Writing Workshop Connect with Shawna on Twitter Music by Ryan Keith and Wes Cepin Learn More: Building Your Kidlit Career: Agents What Do You Think? Jennifer talked about how her job as a Toy Inventor Liaison was a stepping stone in helping her become a literary agent. Have you ever done work or learned a skill that seemed totally unrelated to writing or illustrating, but ended up helping you make better art and stories? Tell us about it in the comments below! The post Interview with Literary Agent Jennifer March Soloway (Part 1) :: Stories Unbound #17 appeared first on The Oatley Academy of Visual Storytelling.