In fiction, it’s often plot that engages readers—but it’s character development and setting that enthrall them. Join literary agent Savannah Brooks to learn how fiction writers can delve into the world of research to strengthen the foundation of their manuscript. Looking at award-winning works from both YA and MG, she’ll discuss various strategies for weaving in fascinating layers of information, giving your book a competitive edge for market and maybe even drawing in your own strange obsessions.
Savannah Brooks joined the Jennifer De Chiara team in 2018 as an associate agent after interning for a year and a half. As a kid lit agent, she focuses on middle grade and young adult, both fiction and nonfiction, and is always on the lookout for works that teach her strange new things. She earned her MFA, focused in creative nonfiction, from Hamline University and her BS in marketing management from Virginia Tech. As well as agenting, she works as a teaching artist at the Loft Literary Center and is a reader for multiple literary magazines. When not immersed in the world of words, she can be found on her motorcycle, at her MMA gym, or lounging at one of Minnesota’s 11,842 lakes. Read more about her wishlist at jdlit.com/savannah-brooks and on Twitter: @slbrooks91.
*A limited number of written critiques are available.
Wednesday, April 1
8:30pm (Central European Time)
20€ for SCBWI members
35€ for non-members.
Payment must be in EUROS via PayPal.
PAID INDIVIDUAL CRITIQUES:
Written critiques by Savannah are 30€.
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