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SPECIAL EARLY BIRD RATE (FOR CWC-MEMBERS) $105
Join us April 22 for a daylong conference covering fiction and nonfiction writing, with five literary agents available for pitches. Morning coffee and bagels are included, along with a bag lunch, in the registration. Vegetarian and gluten-free options are available.
To register, you must complete the registration form and provide the payment. You may fill out the form below or download the registration form and mail with a check (payable to CWC-Marin) to: Mary Krefting, 38 Estates Court, San Rafael, CA 94901. You may also pay by credit card or PayPal via the PayPal button. (Cancellation policy: Requests for refunds must be made 14 days before the conference.)
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Select the New Membership & Member Rate option to become a member at the partial year membership rate of $42.50 and to register for the conference at the member rate. This is an instant $30 savings — it’s like getting the membership for only $12.50! Plus, as an active member through June 30, you will not only receive discounts to exciting CWC programming, but you won’t have to pay the extra $20 new member fee at renewal time — an even greater savings. Become a member today!
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PETER BEREN is a former Publisher of Sierra Club Books, VIA Books; V.P. for Publishing at the Palace Press Group; an Acquisition Editor for Jeremy Tarcher; a literary agent at The Peter Beren Agency, and a publishing consultant with more than 40 years experience in Book Publishing.
A member of AAR, his is also the author of seven published works, including The Writers Legal Companion (with Brad Bunnin) and California the Beautiful (with the late photographer, Galen Rowell). His best-known Agency clients include photographer Art Wolfe (The Earth Is My Witness), graphic novelist Jack Katz (The First Kingdom), and Chakra expert Anodea Judith (Eastern Body, Western Mind). A founding staff member of The Boston Phoenix, he has published articles for a variety of magazines including Mother Jones, Berkeley Monthly and Tufts Magazine. www.Peterberen.com