We can’t wait! Tuesday, April 18, at 8:30 pm Eastern, join us for a live queries and pages panel with agent Amy Bishop.
Submit your work for a chance at live feedback from our panel–plus, of course, a publishing Q&A.
This event is designed to be supportive, uplifting, encouraging–and 100% introvert-friendly. (Wear pajamas! We’ll never know.)
This event is open to all genres. Work is chosen at random, and we’ll get through as many queries and pages as we can.
Can’t make it live? Send your work, then watch the replay at the same link. Your work has the same odds whether or not you can attend live.
Hope to see you there!
All best wishes,
Jessica & Julie
Amy Elizabeth Bishop joined Dystel, Goderich & Bourret in 2015 after interning for them in 2014. At DG&B, she’s cultivating a wide-ranging list in literary and upmarket fiction, expert-driven narrative nonfiction, and select YA, with a special interest in Asian (and all BIPOC) voices. She is especially interested in upmarket and literary fiction, literary suspense, speculative, mysteries, and fiction from BIPOC authors. For YA, think contemporary (fresh rom coms, thrillers). For nonfiction: Historical narrative, biography, pop science, psychology, current events, feminist works. No memoirs.
Her list includes titles such as The Last Story of Mina Lee by Nancy Jooyoun Kim (a Reese’s Book Club selection and NYT bestseller), The Silence of Bones by June Hur (a Junior Library Guild selection and Edgar Award nominee). Before diving into the world of publishing, she graduated from SUNY Geneseo with a degree in Creative Writing. Though she grew up upstate, she currently resides in Woodside, Queens. You can find her on Twitter at @amylizbishop.Get Your Ticket ($9.95)