Check out this post from Bridget Whelan’s blog on a major literary agency that is trying to help those that think they’ll never get published.
Literary agency David Higham Associates is to host an open day for writers who don’t have an an agent and come from underrepresented backgrounds – that includes LGBTQ+ writers, BAME, those from working-class backgrounds and from ethnic, cultural and religious minorities, along with people with disabilities. It doesn’t actually say so on the press release, but I think the definition also embraces older writers.
The day will offer 10 writers the opportunity to meet with industry experts and to receive tailored feedback on their work.
Intended to be a bi-annual event, the inaugural DHA Open Day will take place on Thursday 13th December 2018 at the agency’s offices in Soho and will focus on fiction-writing for adults. It will also feature talks and Q&As with agents and publishers, one-to-one sessions to provide tailored feedback on current writing projects and a drinks reception.
DHA’s second Open Day will take place in 2019 and will focus…
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