sweet review of pitchapalooza from randa’s fans, by a total cynic skeptic
Blogging, writing, publishing. Oh yeah! Mama Plus.
georgetown patch on pitchapalooza @ politics & prose http://georgetown.patch.com/blog_posts/country-mouse-review-of-pitchapalooza-part-1-introduction
Some small advice about how to get published & whatnot on Gotham Writer’s Wokrshop website! http://www.writingclasses.com/WritersResources/AuthorAdviceDetail.php/author_id/195073
Washington Post with a lovely piece about David Henry Sterry, Arielle Eckstut, P0litics & Prose, The Book Doctors & Pitchapalooza
Very nice piece on Vermont Public Radio about Pitchaplooza @ Northshire, one of our favorite bookstores in the world.
The Book Doctors get a nice review for essential guide to getting published http://writingxyz.com/?p=7
Have an idea for a book but don’t know the first thing about pitching it? The Book Doctors can help. David Henry Sterry, author of such varied works as “Confessions of a Sex Maniac” and “The Glorious World Cup: A Balls-Out Guide,” and his wife, literary agent and author Arielle Eckstut, help aspiring authors bring their ideas from conception to a polished, published book through consulting services, workshops and their book, “The Essential Guide to Getting Your Book Published.” Together with Changing Hands Bookstore, Sterry and Eckstut will conduct “Pitchapalooza” at South Mountain Community Library where writers will have one minute to pitch their book idea for the chance at an introduction to an agent in their genre. The Book Doctors spoke on the phone with College Times about the keys to a successful pitch.
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The Book Doctors on Huffington Post: How to Get Your Book Published When the Everyone Keeps Rejecting It
The crazy tale of Nura Maznavi & Ayesha Mutta, & how their book Love InshAllah finally got published by Soft Skull Press.