There is not one, but TWO educational seminars this month. This one is at the Ovitt Family Community Library. Paul Levine will be at the library to talk about the nuts and bolts of publishing. Everything from approaching literary agents to negotiating contracts to legal considerations, Paul will talk about all of it and answer your questions.
The vast majority of Paul S. Levine’s clients come to him as new, previously unpublished, or self-published authors. Levine has a keen understanding of industry strategy and has the editorial contacts required to ensure his success as both a literary agent and entertainment law attorney, and is thus able to offer his clients a comprehensive range of publishing or literary attorney services. His unique combination of publishing industry savvy and entertainment legal services makes Levine a dynamic choice for both new and published authors alike. Leaning toward socially and politically important literature, he will consider fiction, non-fiction, children’s, and young adult manuscripts and proposals for non-fiction books. Highly aware of market trends and editors’ preferences, Levine limits himself to projects which
he believes in and feels certain he can sell.
If you have any questions, feel free to call[masked] ext. 4117.