LIVE! Q & A Session

with Chuck Sambuchino, Editor of GUIDE TO LITERARY AGENTS and Author of FORMATTING & SUBMITTING YOUR MANUSCRIPT

Have general questions about writing?  How about working with literary agents or working with your manuscript?  This Live Q&A Session with Chuck Sambuchino is the perfect opportunity for you to ask questions, live on the phone or post questions on this page in the comment section.  You can also email your questions to info@namw.org.

NAMW Members will receive priority in terms of order of questions answered, so if you aren’t already a member, consider becoming one today!  And be sure to post your questions anytime before November 19th OR dial in for the live call.

Welcome to NAMW, Chuck!

Date: Friday November 19, 2010
Time: 11 AM PDT |12 PM MDT | 1 PM CDT |2 PM EDT
Cost: FREE FOR NAMW MEMBERS (NAMW Members, the Call-in telephone number and conference call code are posted below. If you are an NAMW member and cannot see the details, please login here and navigate back to this page).

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Telephone Number: (323) 417-0075
Participant Access Code: 589867#[/private_NAMW]

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About Chuck:
Chuck Sambuchino is an editor and a writer.  He works for Writer’s Digest Books and edits two annual resources: GUIDE TO LITERARY AGENTS as well as CHILDREN’S WRITER’S & ILLUSTRATOR’S MARKET.  He is also a humor book writer, with his book, HOW TO SURVIVE A GARDEN GNOME ATTACK, released in Sept. 2010 from Ten Speed Press / Crown. His first book was writing-related: the third edition of FORMATTING & SUBMITTING YOUR MANUSCRIPT.

He is a produced playwright, with both original and commissioned works produced. His work has appeared in national and regional magazines, with recent articles in Watercolor Artist, Pennsylvania Magazine, The Pastel Journal, Cincinnati Magazine, Romance Writers Report and New Mexico Magazine. During the past decade, more than 600 of his articles have appeared in print. Sorche Fairbank of Fairbank Literary Representation is Chuck’s literary agent. To read his blog, visit www.guidetoliteraryagents.com/blog.
Besides that, Chuck is a husband, cover band guitarist, chocolate chip cookie fiend, and owner of a flabby-yet-lovable dog named Graham.