Jennifer Mattox is the Carnegie Center’s Development Director and has nearly 20 years of professional writing experience in fundraising, marketing, and journalism. In addition to teaching writing seminars in Central Kentucky libraries, a bookstore, and the Carnegie Center, she coordinates the Kentucky Great Writers series and is on the advisory council for the 2016 Kentucky Book Fair. A two-time Kentucky Foundation for Women artist enrichment grantee, she is currently a featured artist on Art of the Rural’s “PlaceStories” website and is seeking a literary agent for her novel.
With Jennifer Mattox, Carnegie Center Kentucky Great Writers Series Coordinator. If you want to publish traditionally once you’ve finished writing and revising your novel, you need to secure a literary agent first. Learn the process for seeking a literary agent, from beginning to end: where to find agents, the formula for writing a query letter, what may be required in your submission package, how to keep track of query submissions, and the proper etiquette for interacting with agents. Though your novel must be complete before you submit to literary agents, you do not need to be finished in order to attend this seminar. [INTERMEDIATE/ADVANCED]
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