Before #CanLitPit on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, learn more about Stephanie Sinclair!
On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, Canadian writers from coast to coast are invited to pitch their unpublished and polished manuscripts as part of #CanLitPit (Canadian Literature Pitch). Using the hashtag #CanLitPit as well as manuscript specific age and genre hashtags, writers will be able to post their pitches between 10 AM and 10 PM to be reviewed by a number of established publishers and literary agents. If a writer’s pitch receives a “like” (heart button) from a participating publisher or literary agent, a writer should submit their manuscript following that publisher or literary agent’s guidelines.
One of the many literary agents is Stephanie Sinclair from Transatlantic Agency. Learn more about Stephanie below!
About Stephanie Sinclair
A lover of all things book related for over 30 years, Stephanie Sinclair is a graduate of the publishing program at Ryerson University, the creative writing program at the Humber School for Writers, and the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. For many years, authors, journalists, and theatre writers have benefited from Stephanie’s uniquely attuned and effective advice in her work as an award-nominated freelance editor. In 2012, Stephanie brought her many skills to the aid of Samantha Haywood, working as her assistant. Shortly thereafter, Stephanie was promoted to associate agent with the Transatlantic Agency.
Stephanie Sinclair is actively building her diverse client list of authors, ranging from award-winning literary fiction and upmarket fiction to narrative nonfiction, investigative journalism, and true crime. Stephanie also co-represents author clients with Samantha Haywood.
Where You Can Find Her on Twitter:
Connect with Stephanie by following her at @sl_sinclair
What Stephanie will be Looking for During #CanLitPit:
Stephanie will be looking for upmarket and literary fiction and narrative nonfiction.
According to Stephanie, what makes a great pitch?
“An effective pitch marries a compelling story with impressive writing and an interesting author.”
Have you read any books represented by Transatlantic Agency? If so, what is your favourite?