Before #CanLitPit on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, learn more about Goose Lane Editions!
On Wednesday, August 10, 2016, Canadian writers from coast to coast are invited to pitch their unpublished and polished manuscripts as part of #CanLitPit (Canadian Literature Pitch).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 participating publishers is Goose Lane Editions. Learn more about Goose Lane Editions below!
About Goose Lane Editions
Goose Lane Editions is Canada’s oldest independent publisher. Home to some of the nation’s foremost authors, the award-winning press has published landmark books that spark conversation and open minds. Its diverse list of titles includes books of fiction, poetry, art, and non-fiction. Its non-fiction list spans biography, history, current events, and contemporary social ideas while its fiction list includes award-winning titles by authors such as Douglas Glover, Margaret Sweatman, and Tamai Kobayashi—to name just a few. Find out more at www.gooselane.com.
Where You Can Find Them on Twitter:
Connect with Goose Lane Editions by following them at @goose_lane
What Goose Lane Editions will be Looking for During #CanLitPit:
We will be looking for adult literary fiction and non-fiction during #CanLitPit.
According to Goose Lane Editions, what makes a great pitch?
“The perfect pitch is a mixture of passion and planning. Have a glance at www.gooselane.com to get an idea of the types of books we publish. Think we might be a match? Tell us why your book is a standout. Tease us in 140 characters, and leave us wanting more.”
Click here to learn more about #CanLitPit, including the full list of participating publishers and literary agencies!
Have you read any books from Goose Lane Editions? If so, what is your favourite?