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The McDermid Agent, a Canadian Frahlingur with 3 agents looking for writers, among them young adults, sci-fi & imagination, literary literature, memoirs and other articles.
Even if you are not yet on my mailing lists, please e-mail me, incl. your location, to: ca ~ BrianThe Agentur has three agents active in the search for new authors: She is Frahlingin, stage manager and associate at The McDermid Agency. The Martha is a burgeoning book of novelists focused on literary fantasy, storytelling non-fiction (including memoirs and real crime) and idea-driven non-fiction.
Among her clients are: and Karen Le Billon, whose first volume French Kids Éat Everything was distributed in thirteen different markets and converted into ten different nationalities. She is a keynoteer at Brian Henry's "How to Get Published" workshops on Saturday 29 October in Caledon at the Bolton Library. Since 2008 Monica Pacheco has been with the company and is representing a steadily increasing number of authors.
Among her clients are: and the Bram Stoker Award winner David Nickle. She is active in the fields of literary literature, young adults (YA), sci-fi and phantasy. He is Frahling, directeur and associate at The McDermid Agency. He came to HarperCollins Canada in 2004 as a non-fiction journalist.
Moved the McClelland & Stewart in 2005, Chris assisted in revitalizing their non-fiction programme, building relations with global writers, agents and publishing houses. He is a representative of both fairy tales and non-fiction, with a particular focus on non-fiction in the fields of pop sciences and technologies and popular music. The Rights Factory's Brian Henry will be in Burlington on Saturday 15 October with Frahlingin Cassandra Rodgers (see here), in London with Stacey Doñaghy from the London based Agentur Doñaghy ( ) and on Saturday 29 October, in Caledon, at the Bolton Public Library, with Martha Web from the McDermid Agentur (see here).
Notice: If you watch this post after October 2016, take a look at the latest How to Get Released Workhops ( and browse down). On Saturday, November 19, Brian will conduct a children and young adult class in Mississauga with Anne Shone, Editor and Scholastic Books as invited speakers (see here).
Please note: If you are viewing this post after November 19, 2016, take a look at the latest issue of our annual Women's and Young Adult Workshop and our week-long classes here (and browse down). However, the best way to prepare your script for publishing can be a week-long course in typing.
"Intense creative writing", Tuesday morning, October 18 - December 6, in Burlington. Whitepaper, Thursday afternoon, January 26 - March 30, Burlington and Burlington Personal Stories, Thursday morning, February 9 - March 30, Oakville. Intense Lettering, Tuesday afternoon, January 25 - March 28, Burlington. He also has a number of other workshop in preparation:
Review and Review, Saturday, November 5, in Midland (see here), How to Spell Great Characters, Saturday, November 12, in Barrie (see here), and Lettering Your Lives and Other Personal Stories, Saturday, December 3, in Oakville (see here). Here you can find a review of Brian's classes and work-shops. View Brian's full timetable here, which includes scriptwriting tutorials and classes for creativity in Algonquin Park, Bolton, Barrie, Brampton, Burlington, Caledon, Georgetown, Guelph, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Midland, Mississauga, Newmarket, Oakville, Ottawa, Peterborough, St.
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