LWC}NYC is a program of the Council of Literary Magazines and Presses [clmp] with The National Book Foundation, The New School Graduate Writing Program, Poets & Writers, The Association of Authors' Representatives and with support from

NOVEMBER 13-14, 2013 } A two-day conference for fiction, poetry, and creative-nonfiction writers learning how to maneuver in the marketplace. Meet writers, editors, agents, publicists and publishers from Bloomsbury, Random House, PEN America, Electric Literature, A Public Space, Birds LLC, Cheney Literary, Houghton Mifflin, Little Brown, Publishers Weekly, William Morris, and more.

Register now—space is limited!

Price includes two working lunches and two one-on-one meetings with literary agents. Registration is capped at 100, so book soon to hold your spot! If you have questions, please call Programs Director, Julie Buntin: 212-741-9110 X 15

Thursday November 13
Friday November 14

Program subject to change.

This event made possible through significant support from

And with additional support from

FEATURING } Harold Augenbraum (The National Book Foundation). Maria Braeckel (Random House). Anna Breslaw (Cosmopolitan Magazine). Julie Buntin (Council of Literary Magazines and Presses). Elyse Cheney (Cheney Literary). Rebecca Dinerstein (The Sunlit Night). Noah Eaker (Random House). Jenni Ferrari-Adler (Union Literary). Rachel Fershleiser (Tumblr). Gabe Habash (Publishers Weekly). Brigid Hughes (A Public Space). Jeffrey Lependorf (Council of Literary Magazines and Presses). Micaela Morrissette (Conjunctions). Paul Morris (PEN America). Julia Pierpont (Among the Ten Thousand Things). Rob Spillman (Tin House). Martin Wilson (What They Always Tell Us). Renee Zuckerbrot (Renee Zuckerbrot Literary Agency). Agents from (Association of Authors Representatives). And more! Full, confirmed schedule will be available on Sept 10th.

Press from LWC}NYC:
   "Have Writing Degree, Will Travel," by Molly McQuade, Poetry Foundation
   "The Business of the Book," The Virginia Quarterly Review

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Recommendations for economical hotel accommodations:
   "10 New York Hotels for Under $250 a Night," The New York Times
   "Best Hotels at $150 or Less," New York Magazine

Where to find LWC}NYC:
   The New School
   Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Building
   66 W. 12 St.
   New York, NY 10011

Check out what last year's LWC had to offer.

LWC}NYC Program Director: Julie Buntin ()