A pitch session is ten minutes . It’s an opportunity for you to sit across the table from an agent or editor and pitch your manuscript. Basically, it’s a one-on-one query letter, live and in person! Your manuscript should be complete. DO NOT bring it to the appointment. If interested, the agent or editor will request your manuscript via email. Cost for pitch session is $20.00. You may reserve a pitch session by going to the Registration page. If you have already registered for the ANWA Writers Conference and would like to reserve a pitch session, you may go back to the registration page, fill in required fields, under Add-ons you may click your Pitch selection. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and you will see the cost for your pitch session. Hit submit and then pay. In order to ensure that as many attendees as possible have an opportunity to pitch, the current limit is one per attendee, assigned on a first come, first served basis.
(SOLD OUT) Jane Dystel Dystel & Goderich Literary Management
Jane is currently seeking “Women’s Fiction,” Thrillers, Mystery, Romance and Narrative Non-Fiction
(SOLD OUT) Anita Mumm Nelson Literary Agency
Nelson Literary Agency is currently seeking literary fiction, women’s fiction, sci fi, fantasy, romance, young adult, middle grade. Nonfiction; memoirs.
Lisa Mangum Assistant Editor of Deseret Book/ Shadow Mountain (Friday and Saturday)
Lisa is looking for pitches that fit the mission of Deseret Book or Shadow Mountain, but, specifically, solid novels (YA, historical, and contemporary) as well as some refreshing nonfiction (inspirational and self-improvement).
Linda Mulleneaux Managing Editor at Walnut Springs Press (Friday and Saturday)
Walnut Springs Press is looking for LDS and general-market fiction in the following categories: suspense, mystery, young adult, and contemporary romance.
Linda Radke President of Five Star Publications: Partnership, Self & Traditional Publishing
Please check back often to see if a second pitch session becomes available.