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Publishing a mystery novel is a great way to break into the book biz, and you don't have to be Sue Grafton to do it. In this panel, mystery editors, authors, and agents will guide you from pitch to published product.
October 11, 2004
EXCLUSIVE FOR AVANTGUILD MEMBERS |This is a transcript of mediabistro.com's "How to Publish Your Mystery Novel" panel, held June 21, 2004, in New York City. You can learn about other mb LEARN events here.
Jesse Oxfeld: Thank you guys all for coming. I'm going to start off by very quickly introducing the panelists here and talking about some other mechanics. What we're going to do is have about an hour conversation, talking about how to write and publish your mystery novels. We'll take a quick bathroom break and then we'll have a little less than ...
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