Want To Land A Book Deal With A Major Publisher?
5pm PST / 8pm EST
On this special one hour webinar we will talk with Kirsten Neuhaus, literary agent and foreign rights director at Foundry Literary and Media.
As an agent for over six years, Kirsten has looked for projects that have the ideal three components: the right topic, at the right time, with the right author. She focuses largely on narrative nonfiction by authors with established audiences, in the areas of memoir, business, lifestyle (beauty/fashion/relationships), current events, history and stories with strong female voices, as well as smart fiction that appeals to a wide market. She enjoys working closely with her clients to develop their book ideas, strategizing about how best to develop their brands, and create sound marketing campaigns. A list of recent projects includes entrepreneur and star of ABC’s Shark Tank Daymond John’s New York Times bestseller The Power of Broke (Crown Business) former Bachelorette Andi Dorfman’s New York Times bestseller It’s NOT OK (Gallery Books) fashion designer Rachel Roy’s Design Your Life (Dey Street), Senior Editor at CNET Dan Ackerman’s The Tetris Effect, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year, Sarah Marquis’ Wild by Nature (Thomas Dunne), Former CIA officer Jason Hanson’s New York Times bestseller Spy Secrets That Can Save Your Life (Perigee), and of course Stephen Key's One Simple Idea!
Kirsten will talk about what it takes to land a book deal with a major publisher. The techniques you should use to craft your pitch and how to find that right fit for your book.
You don't want to miss this exciting webinar.
Kirsten is literary agent for ABC Shark Tank's Daymond John
"This is how the seed has turned into a forest. Literally everybody wins. All because of fearless generosity with Stephen's connections and time. Don’t be stingy with your connections. Be fearlessly generous and watch it come back to you." — Daniel DiPiazza, who, with the help of Kirsten, earned a 6 figure advance.
As literary agent for Stephen Key, Kirsten has helped Stephen with his books.