Meet a KT Lit Agent! Our Q1 Conference Schedule:

January 5th, 2017
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Happy New Year! The KT Lit team is doing a lot of traveling in the first quarter of 2017 – come meet us! Renee Nyen Sisters in Crime Desert Sleuths Conference www.desertsleuths.com Scottsdale, AZ January 18, 2017 Kate Testerman & Renee Nyen ALA (American Library Association) Midwinter Conference 2017.alamidwinter.org Atlanta, GA January 20-24, 2017 Hannah […]

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Welcome to the KT Literary team, Spencer Ellsworth!

June 29th, 2016
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Please help us welcome our newest client, science fiction and fantasy author Spencer Ellsworth! Spencer has the distinction of being the first client I’ve met and signed at a conference – we met in person at the recent Cascade Writers Conference just outside Seattle, WA. What a pleasure! From his bio: Spencer Ellsworth lives in […]

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Publishing and Literary Agents 101 in Ft Collins, CO on July 27

July 8th, 2015
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Publishing and Literary Agents 101 Please join us! The amazing Northern Colorado Writers have invited me to present to their chapter on Monday July 27, 2015 in Ft. Collins, CO. The event will be 6-7:30pm and costs $25 Registration and event information (including location, etc) are listed here! Workshop Will Cover: What does a literary […]

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Of Conferences and Clients

September 20th, 2014

I’m having a lovely time here this weekend in Bozeman, Montana, giving my About My Query workshop to the local chapter of the SCBWI. It’s always nice to chat with writers about the nuts and bolts of querying, and provide a little expert advice about the process. This morning, I was thrilled my client Susan […]

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So how do we fix it?

July 6th, 2012

On Tuesday, I posted about the several seminars listed as part of Comic-Con’s official programming that I felt were disingenuous attempts by self-published authors to push their brand of publishing on the masses, without providing a true industry perspective. And I offered to submit a panel of my own, though things being as they are, […]

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