The creator of Manuscript Wish List, Jessica Sinsheimer, now brings her adoring fans The Manuscript Academy. How amazeballs is this? The website proclaims it had the writer’s need, comfort, and budget in mind when creating the academy. And oh, how true! A writer can watch classes, panels, and ask questions in the forums from the coziness of their home. Hooray, no traveling!
- Laura Barbiea: Social media manager at Alloy Entertainment, a publishing arm of Warner Brothers Entertainment. Actress.
- Regina Brooks: Founder and president of Serendipity Literary Agency LLC.
- Linda Camacho: Literary agent at Prospect Agency.
- Jalissa Corrie: Marketing & Publicity Assistant at LEE & LOW BOOKS.
- Melissa Edwards: Literary agent at Stonesong.
- Julie Falatko: Author of Snappsy the Alligator (Viking 2016) and other books.
- Erica Finkel: Works at Abrams Books from picture books to young adult novels.
- Ali Fisher: Editor at Tor/Forge Books in the children’s and young adult division.
- Monica Odom: Literary agent at Bradford Literary Agency.
- Megha Parekh: Grand Central Publishing/Hachette Book Group.
- Adriann Ranta Zurhellen: Literary agent at Foundry Literary + Media.
- Chuck Sambuchino: Writer’s Digest Books edits the Guide to Literary Agents and managed the Guide to Literary Agents Blog. He is also an author of humor books.
- Katharine Sands: Literary agent at Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency.
- Amanda Shih: Assistant Editor at TarcherPerigee.
- Jessica Sinsheimer: Associate Agent at the Sarah Jane Freymann Literary Agency and known for #MSWL, ManuscriptWistList.com, #PubTalkTV
- Stephanie Stein: Associate Editor at HarperCollins Children’s Books.
- Roseanne Wells: Literary agent at The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency.
With that kind of line-up, how can you NOT sign up for this? For the Children’s conference: PB to YA starting November 5, 2016 the cost will be $179. Some of the things the academy promises is:
- Priority booking of one-on-one meetings
- Submit your first page for a chance to be read to our panel
- Craft and business classes
- Forums and networking
- Live literary events
- Everything you’d learn at a conference–without leaving home
To learn about other conferences or to learn how to register, go to The Manuscript Academy.
As always, good luck!
Blogger and writer of MG/YA fiction.