What is Pitchapalooza?
All you need to bring is your book idea and yourself. Depending on the venue, you may pitch only to Eckstut and Sterry, or you may have the chance to pitch to a panel of judges. But you’ll get only one minute. The winner receives an introduction by Eckstut and Sterry to an agent or publisher appropriate for their work. But even if you don’t win, it’s a chance to gain great insight into what makes a great pitch, and to hear feedback on your own.
Nano Nation delivered yet another batch of pulse-pounding pitches. What story intrigues you? What pitch would prod you from the couch to the bookstore? The pitch that receives the most votes by 11:59 p.m. PDT on April 1, 2019 will be awarded the Fan Favorite. Vote now!
You wrote your 50,000 words (or got pretty close!). Now what? The ninth annual NaNoWriMo Pitchapalooza gives you a chance to get feedback on your pitch. The winner will receive an introduction to an agent or publisher appropriate for his/her manuscript.
The Fire Under the Mountain by Kirstie Ellen
Meritocracy by Michael Sherrin
EAST SIDE STORY by Elizabeth Wilder
Expect The Unexpected by Denisa Stefania Stoian
The Twilight Stone by Fiona Kehoe
Northern Souls by Georgiana Derwent