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PASSORPAGES

Operation Awesome is hosting a Pass or Pages this month. For this round, the category is  for middle grade Sci-Fi and Fantasy. Submissions open between September 11 (6am EST) to  September 13 (6pm EST), 2017. This is an opportunity to get feedback from an agent on your query and first 250 words of your manuscript. Peeps, this is priceless! And as a possible bonus, the agent reserves the right to request your FULL (so make sure the full manuscript is polished and ready to send).

The participating agents are:

There will be a form for submissions on Operation Awesome when the entry window opens. For complete rules and previous feedback reveals, go here. As always, good luck!

P.D. Pabst
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction.

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PASS OR PAGES CONTEST

PASSORPAGES

Operation Awesome is hosting one more Pass Or Pages contest before the holiday season. For this round, the category is for middle grade contemporary. Submissions will be open between November 7-9, 2016. This is an opportunity to get feedback from an agent on your query and first 250 words of you manuscript. Peeps, this is priceless! And as a possible bonus, the agent reserves the right to request your FULL.

There will be a form for submissions on Operation Awesome when the entry window opens. For complete rules and previous feedback reveals, go here. As always, good luck!

P.D. Pabst
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction.

Pass or Pages Submission Date

PASSORPAGES

Once again, Operation Awesome is hosting a Pass or Pages entry between September 12-14, 2016. This event is for YA Speculative Fiction (including all subgenres of science-fiction, fantasy, and magical realism). When the submission window opens, you’ll fill out a form on their blog with all the pertinent information. Part of that is submitting your query and first 250 words of your manuscript. (Those that go over this limit will be disqualified.) You don’t need to personalize your query or include your bio, but be sure to include your word count and title in it.

Those that are chosen get detailed feedback from the participating agents about why they pass. A few lucky ones will get requests to send their full manuscript to an agent. Either way, it’s a win-win situation!

As always, good luck!

P.D. Pabst
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction.