Pitch Waitlists and Last Open Spots for Nov. 3-4 Atlanta Writers Conference

All pitch spots are now full, but most of the guest editors and agents have short waitlists, so you still have a chance for a one-on-one meeting with any individuals you choose. There’s no charge for a waitlist spot; you only pay if a spot opens for you due to a cancellation prior to the conference or a no-show on November 4.

We also have a limited number of query letter critique spots–where an editor and agent team up to improve this critical document–as well as open seats for the Friday workshop on legal issues for writers, the editor Q&A panel, and the agent Q&A panel. All manuscript critique submissions have been received; that activity is now closed.

Start here to read about the available conference activities: https://atlantawritersconference.com/the-conference/

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Register Now for Remaining Spots: Nov. 3-4 Atlanta Writers Conference

St. Martin’s Press editor Sylvan Creekmore now has two open spots. The other 11 guest editors and agents have short waitlists for pitches, so you still have a chance for a one-on-one meeting with any individuals you choose. We also have a limited number of query letter critique spots–where an editor and agent team up to improve this critical document–as well as open seats for the Friday workshop on legal issues for writers, the editor Q&A panel, and the agent Q&A panel. All manuscript critique submissions have been received; that activity is now closed. Start here to read about the available conference activities: https://atlantawritersconference.com/the-conference/

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Update on Openings for November 3-4, 2017 Atlanta Writers Conference

The following activities all have open seats: the workshop on legal issues for writers, query letter critique by an editor and agent, editor Q&A panel, and agent Q&A panel. Also, as of this moment, four pitch spots with a couple of acquisition editors and a literary agent are available.

Simply click the tabs above the books photo to read all the conference details and register. Contact Atlanta Writers Conference Director George Weinstein at awconference@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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Some Spots Still Open for November 3-4, 2017 Atlanta Writers Conference

As of this moment, five manuscript critique spots and 25 pitch spots with various acquisition editors and literary agents are available, and our other activities all have some open seats: the workshop on legal issues for writers, query letter critique, editor Q&A panel, and agent Q&A panel.

Simply click the tabs above the books photo to read all the conference details and register. Contact Atlanta Writers Conference Director George Weinstein at awconference@gmail.com if you have any questions.

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17th Atlanta Writers Conference on November 3-4, 2017: Now Accepting Registrations

Our November 3-4, 2017 Atlanta Writers Conference is open for registrations. Use the tabs above the book image to read all the details about the Conference, make a list of any editors and agents you want to meet for a manuscript critique or pitch, and then go to the Registration tab to read the instructions and use the link there to register and pay. See you in November!

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Dates for the Next Atlanta Writers Conference: November 3-4, 2017 — Registration to Open Soon

Our next Atlanta Writers Conference will be on November 3-4, 2017 at a new venue: the Renaissance Concourse Atlanta Airport Hotel, adjacent to Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. We are recruiting the acquisition editors and literary agents and will open the conference to registrations soon. When we launch the conference, we’ll post a message here that the website has been updated with the November 3-4, 2017 event details.

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May 12-13, 2017 Atlanta Writers Conference: Spots Available for All Educational Activities

We still have seats open for the Query Letter Critique (where an editor & agent team up on May 12, 2017 to improve your query letter for the May 13 pitches and for future use); Workshop on May 12 about polishing your manuscript for submission or self-publication; Editor Q&A panel on May 12; and Agent Q&A Panel on May 13. We also have a few pitch spots open, and the waitlists are not yet long for some of our guest editors and agents for manuscript critiques and pitches. Free to any registrant: a total of six educational seminars across two days, networking mixer with all guest editors and agents, and the awards ceremony for best manuscript samples submitted and best pitches. Click the tabs above the books image for complete information about the conference before you register, and e-mail the Atlanta Writers Conference Director if you have any questions.

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