Just one week to go before the Darley Anderson Agency opens its virtual doors for #DAOpenWeek!
With this in mind, we wanted to let you know a bit more about what you can expect from the week and some dates for the diary!
The agency will be hosting a variety of events and will be active across our social media and online platforms. From Live Q&As, to Twitter Pitch to Us, webinars, helpful blog content and much more, DA Open Week will be your one stop shop for all things publishing!
Have a read below of some of the key events to look forward to!
For those looking to join our free submissions webinar, please register at the link below. Spaces are limited so be sure to register early so you don’t miss out.
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
In addition, the team aim to shed light on the publishing process, from submission to publication and everything in between, and to talk all things “entertainment fiction.”
From tailored Wishlists from the Agents to guidance on the submission process, the team want to provide an accessible hub of practical advice and information for anyone looking to launch their writing career.
Make sure you’re tuned in and following us on twitter (@DA_Agency) and instagram (@darleyanderson_agency) for all the latest updates and information.
The team are looking forward to welcoming you all next week!
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This is incredible!
On the twitter pitch event, will you also accept YA pitches? A lot of agencies seem to slot YA with adult because of the natural crossover. 🙂
I was planning on watching Tanera Simons’ live Q&A on Monday, but unfortunately something’s come up and I can’t watch it live now. Will there be a replay/transcript available so I can catch up with it later at some point?
Thank you for your message. The full video will be saved to our instagram reels and will be available to watch any time.
Thank you so much! That’s brilliant!
Do you accept short stories for Young Adults? I write short stories for reluctant readers and for teenagers from dysfunctional backgrounds.
If we recently received a query rejection from one of your agents, is it worth taking part in the Twitter pitch event, or should we sit it out? 😊
If you are looking to pitch a new novel to the Agency, then please feel free to send it via our #PitchToDA event and we look forward to reading it. If it’s for the same novel that was previously rejected we would ask you not to re-submit.
The DA Team