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Enter the “Ask An Agent (almost) Anything” Contest!

Ask an Agent Almost Anything Contest

This month, we have an incredible opportunity lined up for one lucky winner: a Skype video call with prominent NYC agent Seth Fishman.

This is your chance to get feedback on your novel’s pitch, ask all of your burning questions about the industry, and find out how to make your query letter stand out. As the author of the forthcoming young adult series THE WELL’S END (Putnam Juvenile, February 2014), Seth can also tell you all about the publishing process from a writer’s perspective.

The winner of Kobo’s Ask An Agent (almost) Anything contest will get 30 minutes over Skype with Seth for a no-holds-barred conversation about publishing and writing.

To Enter

Fill out This Form, including the top three questions you would ask the agent.

There can be only one submission per author. Contest entrants must have at least one title published through Kobo Writing Life.

Entry Deadline: October 25, 2013

Seth Fishman is an agent at The Gernert Company (http://www.thegernertco.com), where he represents authors including Tea Obreht, Alex Grecian, Liz Moore, Django Wexler, and Dominique Ansel. Born and raised in Midland, Texas (think Friday Night Lights), he earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England (think cold and rainy and millions of castles).

http://sethasfishman.com

https://www.facebook.com/Sethasfishman

@sethasfishman

Full Terms and Conditions

The Contest is open only to legal residents of the forty eight (48) contiguous United States, District of Columbia, the United Kingdom and Canada (excluding Quebec) who have reached the age of majority in their respective jurisdiction at the time of entry (each entrant, an “Entrant”). Void in Guam, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and where prohibited by law. The Prize consists of a 30-minute Skype video call with prominent NYC agent Seth Fishman.

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