Join us on April 17th for inside tips from an author and agent

You’ve put the final period on your manuscript. (Or you're working your way there...) Congratulations! Now you're ready to get published. In today’s publishing market, there are more options than ever for an author to see their work in print (and, of course, as an eBook). But which is best for you?

In this interactive workshop, we’ll chat about the many paths to publishing. We’ll discuss the need for an agent and how to approach agents and publishers, including how to write a successful query letter.

You'll hear inside perspective from a traditionally published author and a literary agent. We’ll discuss the different types of publishing houses, from traditional to hybrid to self-publishing platforms, highlighting the benefits and drawbacks of each. We’ll provide an overview of the publishing industry today.

If you have any sort of book brewing anywhere inside you, this workshop is a can't-miss!

Register today for standard pricing $47

Meet the Speakers from Chrysalis Editorial

Full Name
Herta B. Feely
Speaker Bio
Herta Feely is a writer and a full-time editor. She is the author of Saving Phoebe Murrow, her debut novel, published in the US and the UK, and is working on her next novel. Her work (both short stories and memoir) has been published in a number of literary journals and anthologies. She received the James Jones First Novel Fellowship and an Artist in Literature Fellowship from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and the American Independent Writers Award for best published personal essay. She founded Chrysalis Editorial in 2007 and has served hundreds of writers in a variety of capacities through her company. She received her BA and Master of Journalism from UC Berkeley, and a Master of Arts in Writing from Johns Hopkins University. Learn more at www.hertafeely.com.
Herta B. Feely
Emily Williamson
Full Name
Emily Williamson
Speaker Bio
Emily Williamson began her career as an editor with Chrysalis Editorial in 2011. In 2016, she founded Williamson Literary Agency in Baltimore, MD, driven by the desire to help great writers achieve their publishing goals. Her short fiction and poetry have appeared in literary journals such as Blackbird, Word Riot, Jersey Devil Press, Measure, and others. She is the author of the forthcoming collection of poetry, Dead Reckoning, and the winner of the 2018 No Chair Press Poetry Chapbook Contest. She received a BA in Anthropology from American University in 1997 and a Masters in Writing from Johns Hopkins University in 2012. Learn more at www.williamsonlit.com.