One-to-One Agent Feedback with Ed Wilson of Johnson & Alcock

Date: 04/07/2014 Times: One 30min slot between 11am-4.15pm Prices: £45 Location: Writers' Centre Norwich

Get your submission to the top of the slushpile with this Agent Feedback session.

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Description

Are you planning on submitting to agents?

Or have you already pitched with no success?

Receive invaluable tailored advice on your submission from literary agent Ed Wilson, of Johnson & Alcock.

About the Agent Workshop

This is your chance to receive expert advice on your submission from literary agent Ed Wilson, who is actively building his client list, and is always on the lookout for new talent. 

You’ll have a half hour slot devoted to your novel, in which you can ask Ed any pressing questions you may have and receive valuable advice on how best to put together your submission and pitch your book.

In advance of the session Ed will read your cover letter, biography, first 3000 words and synopsis, then give you his feedback within your 30 minute slot. You’ll have Ed’s undivided attention, and will benefit from his insider knowledge of the market and the industry.

This opportunity is sure to sell out fast- book now to make sure your submission is the best it can be.

About Ed Wilson

Ed Wilson has been an Agent with Johnson & Alcock since 2007, and a Director since 2011. He is currently building his client list, and is on the look out for original and stylish fiction. He wants to be grabbed from the first page, and transported by your writing.

Ed’s list covers everything in fiction; from award-winning literary novels to bestselling commercial crime/thrillers; books set in the deep past, and in the distant future; books to make you laugh, and to make you cry; writing for children and adults; the finest wrought poetry to the most beautiful of graphic novels.

Genre-wise, he’s actively looking for SFF, or books with an SFF element; in particular anything high concept, with a strong premise and a distinctive voice. Literary fiction needs to be unique, either in tone, structure, perspective or voice. Crime and thrillers should do something fresh and exciting with the genre. He is not looking for romance, chick-lit, or saga fiction.


Follow Ed Wilson on Twitter @LiteraryWhore.

Visit the Johnson & Alcock website.

Additional Workshop Details

You will be assigned a 30 minute one-to-one between 11am and 4.15pm by staff at WCN.

Once you have booked your place please send the following to info@writerscentrenorwich.org.uk by Friday 23 May 2014:
•    Covering letter and biog (1 side A4)
•    First 3000 words (Opening chapters, up to a coherent break)
•    Synopsis (1 side A4)

Workshop Level

This workshop is suitable for novelists  who are considering or preparing to send work to agents or writers who have previously approached agents but have had no success.


Payment is non-refundable on this workshop unless it is cancelled. 

About the Venue

This workshop will take place in the workshop room situated on the ground floor of the Writers’ Centre Norwich office, on 14 Princes Street. 

The room provides an ideal environment for creative thinking and learning with plenty of space and natural light. We also provide a range of teas, good strong coffee and the vital ingredient: biscuits.

14 Princes Street is fully accessible. Please let us know if you have any access or other special requirements by calling 01603 877177 or email: info@writerscentrenorwich.org.uk 




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Writers’ Centre Norwich

Writers’ Centre Norwich is located in the mediaeval quarter of Norwich City Centre. It is a fifteen minute walk from Norwich Train Station and a ten minute walk from Castle Meadow. There is parking available at the nearby Elm Hill car park and St Andrews car park both of which are a short walk away.



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