Fran Hawthorne

Fran Hawthorne

Author | The Heirs

Fran Hawthorne has spent three decades writing award-winning nonfiction, including eight books, mainly about consumer activism and business social responsibility. On staff and freelance, she’s written for BusinessWeek, the New York Times, Newsday, and other publications. The Heirs (Stephen F. Austin University Press) is her debut novel. She lives a long walk from the SLICE conference site.

Navigating the Agent/Author Relationship: Understand What You Can Expect from Your Agent, What You Shouldn’t Feel Awkward Asking, and How Involved You Should Be in the Submissions Process

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If the writer’s life were a video game, then securing an agent would mean leaping from one level to the next. After all that work, dodging rejection and firing out queries, you’ve made it! Level complete. But what next? Learn how to build a productive relationship with your literary agent and how to evaluate that […]

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