Pitches, Query Letters, and Synopses
In this session, you will learn:
What a pitch, query letter, and synopsis should look like: what to include and what to not include
The importance of length and why less is always more
What makes an idea and what makes a story
The art of the follow up (and why you should always follow up)
The other side. What an editor is looking for and the best time to pitch
About Bridget Caldwell-Bright
Bridget Caldwell-Bright is a Jingili and Mudburra writer and freelance editor based in Melbourne. She has worked with Scribe, Allen & Unwin, Hardie Grant, Mascara Literary Review and The Lifted Brow. She was also previously co-editor for Archer Magazines First Nations Edition and managing editor for Blak Brow, a Black Women's Collective edition of The Lifted Brow.
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