VIRTUAL EVENT Bill Clegg and David Ebershoff: "From Manuscript to Book Publication" 2:00-3:30PM MST SATURDAY, JULY 18
New York Times bestsellers Bill Clegg and and David Ebershoff discuss the life cycle of a manuscript from agent to acquisition, and from editing to final publication.
Completing your manuscript is just the beginning. Literary agent and New York Times bestselling novelist Bill Clegg (Did You Ever Have a Family) and literary editor and novelist David Ebershoff (The 19th Wife) discuss the life cycle of a manuscript from agent to acquisition, and from editing to final publication. In addition to stories of working together as editor and agent on projects ranging from debut novels to bestselling memoirs, they will touch on the experience of being both writers and publishing professionals. An illuminating and candid talk for aspiring and established writers, as well as avid readers!
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ABOUT THE HOSTS
Bill Clegg is a literary agent and author. Clegg has represented award winning authors including Paul Yoon, C Pam Zhang, Ottessa Moshfegh, Lauren Groff and David Levithan. Clegg has written three books, including Portrait of an Addict, Do You Have a Family, and the forthcoming The End of Day.
David Ebershoff is a writer, editor, and teacher. In 2013, Ebershoff became the first editor to edit the winners of the Pulitzer Prize in fiction and history in the same year. In 2015 he edited the winner of the National Book Award in fiction and the winner of the Pulitzer Prize in biography. His novels include The Danish Girl and The 19th Wife.