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"The instructor gave a no-nonsense insider's look in the wild kingdom of the publishing industry, from a careful portrayal of the characters that inhabit it to the perils, pleasures, and pitfalls we are likely to encounter along the way. Finally, she armed us with a clear understanding of the kinds of tools and skills we need to make our way successfully through this jungle."
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Carole Bugge is the author of the novels The Star of India, (re-released by Titan Press), The Haunting of Torre Abbey (St. Martin's Press), as well as Who Killed Blanche Dubois?, Who Killed Dorian Gray?, Who Killed Mona Lisa? (all with Berkely Prime Crime for the Claire Rawlings mystery series), and, under the pen name C.E. Lawrence, Silent Screams, Silent VictimSilent Kills, and Silent Slaughter (a thriller series from Kensington Publishing). Her short fiction has appeared in anthologies from St. Martin’s Press, Doubleday, and the Mystery Writers of America. Her plays and musicals have been presented regionally and in New York City. She has taught at NYU, Duke University, the Royal Court Repertory Theatre, and the American Comedy Institute. Carole holds a BA from Duke University. 
  Also Teaches:  Creative Writing 101   Fiction Writing   Mystery Writing  
Kate Garrick is a literary agent with DeFiore and Company. Her clients include Stephen Graham Jones, author of Demon Theory and Bleed Into Me, David Goodwillie, author of Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time and American Subversive, Jen Lancaster, author of Bitter is the New Black, Such a Pretty Fat, and My Fair Lazy, Elizabeth Little, author of Biting the Wax Tadpole and Trip of the Tongue, and Camille DeAngelis, author of Mary Modern and Petty Magic.
J. L. Stermer is an agent with N.S. Bienstock, a full-service talent agency with a division dedicated to developing literary projects, where she handles both nonfiction and fiction authors. She previously served as literary agent and contracts director with the Donald Maass Literary Agency. Also Teaches:  Nonfiction Book Proposal  

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