You need a two-minute spiel conveying characters, plot, setting, hook, and climax, all delivered with confidence and charm.
Through written and verbal exercises, you will:
- develop an understanding of the necessary components of the verbal pitch;
- experiment with pitching;
- evaluate the results and revise;
- learn who to pitch to, and how to find them; and
- easily adapt your verbal pitch into that critical first paragraph of a written query.
For: prose writers of any level—fiction and nonfiction.
Most appropriate for writers of book-length manuscripts, but writers of short work are welcome.