A seven-minute one-on-one session with a literary agent offers you the chance to present the idea of your book in a brief, yet highly focused, meeting. Our agents will dedicate their time to your pitch, offer their insights, and if they find your presentation fitting, perhaps even request your manuscript!
The one-on-one sessions will be scheduled on a first-come, first-served basis until all slots are filled. The meetings are free-of-charge for conference participants, but registration is required. Each attendee is limited to one meeting with an agent. Agent meetings will fill up quickly, so ensure your opportunity and sign-up now! Please be sure to rank your preference of agents, in case your first choice is already booked.
If you have registered for the conference and signed up for a one-on-one meeting with a literary agent, and would like to see the master schedule, we will be updating a Master schedule (in PDF format) for your review. Updates will occur periodically between now and the conference, so if you’ve registered in the past few days, hang in there, an update will be coming soon! The final update on the schedule will be on Monday, September 19, 2016.
There are still plenty of slots available, so if you have already scheduled a one-on-one session with a literary agent, and would like to add a second (additional agent–no double bookings) please email us at email@example.com with you preference. If you have just registered, or will be registering, email us with your agent preferences, the name you have registered under, and we will confirm your appointment as soon as we can.
Kristy Hunter, The Knight Agency— currently accepting submissions from a wide variety of genres, including women’s fiction, mystery, historical romance, romance, young adult, and middle grade. Having spent significant time in the south and New York City, she particularly likes books set in these regions. She also enjoys books that feature horses, boarding schools, sisters, and sororities—to name just a few.
Kaylee Davis, Dee Mura Literary–MG, YA, and Adult fiction; particularly sci-fi, fantasy, thriller, contemporary, literary, and LGBTQ. She is drawn to exciting, thought-provoking stories with a fresh perspective that explores what it means to be human. She loves plot twists, genre-bending, unlikely allies, flawed heroes, and stories that are both literally and figuratively out of this world.
Kimiko Nakamura, Dee Mura Literary–contemporary fiction, young adult, new adult, women’s lit, romance, upmarket literary, mystery, urban fantasy, satire, memoir, narrative nonfiction, mind and body, cookbooks, spirituality, and health.