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How To Get Published

The Literary Consultancy

Saturday, 15 October 2011 from 14:00 to 15:30 (BST)

How To Get Published

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The Literary Consultancy Director Rebecca Swift is joined by TLC manuscript assessors Kavita Bhanot and Aisha Rahman, along with broadcaster and author Isabel Losada. Together they will discuss the ways in which new writers can begin to think about what it will take to get their work published, and how your own projects might fit in to a rapidly changing literary landscape. This is a great chance to put your questions to these first-class editors and writers, who have between them years of experience and cover most literary genres. The Literary Consultancy, founded in 1996, offers objective editorial advice to writers, and holds a strong track record of helping writers get into print.

This event is supported by The Literary Consultancy and Diversity in Publishing Network (DIPNET)

Tickets: £5 / £12 (for an all day ticket)

Click here to book or call Free Word at: 020 7324 2570.

This event is part of a series of events for the DSC South Asian Literature Festival at the Free Word Centre on Saturday 15 October. Click here to view all events on this day and purchase an all day ticket.

Do you have questions about How To Get Published? Contact The Literary Consultancy

When & Where

60 Farringdon Road
EC1R 3GA London
United Kingdom

Saturday, 15 October 2011 from 14:00 to 15:30 (BST)


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The Literary Consultancy

The Literary Consultancy is the UK's leading manuscript assessment and editorial advice service. Founded in 1996 by Rebecca Swift and Hannah Griffiths, it provides expert, market-aware editorial appraisals to writers at all levels writing in English, and runs the unique 'Chapter & Verse' mentoring scheme.

As well as its core activity of manuscript assessment and mentoring, TLC runs a busy programme of literary events, writing workshops and holidays, and manages The Free Read Scheme with support from Arts Council England.

www.literaryconsultancy.co.uk

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