Writers Mixer: Everything You Wanted To Know About Publishing

Suren Road , Andheri (E),Mumbai,Mahārāshtra,India
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Writers Mixer: Everything You Wanted To Know About Publishing

Start date: 2018-02-25 11:00:00

Innov8 Coworking
Suren Road , Andheri (E),Mumbai,Mahārāshtra

End date: 2018-02-25 14:00:00

Created on: 2018-01-28 05:12:27 by:sharan42be3

About A mixer for writers, editors and publishers with the aim to connect with others in the industry and propel their writing careers forward- a gateway to the inaccessible world of publishers Anish Chandy, founder of Labyrinth Literary Agency, and the winner of Frankfurt Book Fair fellowship, Anish Chandy is a literary agent who acts as a middleman between authors and publishers. Anish Chandy had been working for Juggernaut for the past two years, negotiating electronic rights and heading physical sales, and has also worked for Penguin Random House. Anand Neelakantan arguably, the author who invented a new genre in Indian writing- The counter telling of mythology. Anand’s books are subaltern and thought provoking and deal with logically viewing the well known stories through a new prism. Anand’s debut work Asura Tale of the Vanquished became the number 1 best seller of 2012 as per Crossword list and CNN IBN. Anand Neelakantan was aslo chosen as one of the six most remarkable writers of 2012 by DNA. Agenda 11.00- 11:30 Mixing activity to network with other writers 11:30-12:30 AUTHOR'S SESSION: Spend an hour with our Author in the House, Anand Neelakanta, asking him questions about what goes into the making of a bestseller. As a bestselling authors, he will be answering questions and speaking on characterization, reinterpretation, and the scope for writers to rewrite history. 12:30- 2:00 pm PUBLISHERS SESSION: Everything You Wanted To Know About Publishing But Didn't Know Who To Ask Ask literary agent Anish Chandy the questions that have been plaguing you: How do I write a book? What resources can I use? How can I send it to publishers, and which ones? What are literary agents and why should I send my work to them? How does the publishing industry really work? Dress Code: Formal

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