New Year, New Day in Publishing | Mechanics' Institute

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New Year, New Day in Publishing
with literary agent Laurie McLean

Saturday, March 27, 2021 - 10:00am to 11:00am

This event is held in partnership with the San Francisco Writers Conference
It will be conducted via Zoom. Please register (button to the right) to receive the Zoom credentials.

How has the pandemic altered the status quo for the publishing industry?  Literary agent Laurie McLean will fill you in on the new normal for writers in this revealing session. Be ready to take advantage of the opportunities for your book—and yourself.

Laurie McLean spent 20 years as the CEO of a multi-million-dollar marketing agency and 8 years as an agent/senior agent at Larsen Pomada Literary Agents before co-founding Fuse Literary in 2013 with her business partner Gordon Warnock. At Fuse Lit Laurie specializes in middle grade, young adult and adult genre fiction including romance, fantasy, science fiction, mystery, suspense, thrillers, and westerns. Laurie is also the Director of the San Francisco Writers Conference, in its 18th year. Find out more at FuseLiterary.com or on Instagram @fuseliterary, and on Twitter @FuseLiterary and @AgentSavant.

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Future Activities

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Virtual Tour of the Mechanics' Institute
with Librarian and Historian Taryn Edwards

Mar 4 - 11:00am

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A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

Mar 11 - 11:00am

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A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

Mar 12 - 12:00pm

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Mar 18 - 11:00am

Write If You Dare!
A virtual version of our popular drop-in writing group

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