Agent Bree Ogden of Red Sofa Literary to attend DFW Writers Conference, April 23-24 in Fort Worth

We’re thrilled to announce that literary agent Bree Ogden will attend the DFW Writers Conference April 23-24, representing Red Sofa Literary! Prior to jointing Red Sofa, Bree was an agent with D4EO Literary for more than three years and an associate literary agent at Martin Literary Management for nearly two years, representing a wide variety… Read More

Eric Smith, agent at P.S. Literary, to attend DFW Writers Conference April 23-24

Please welcome Eric Smith, agent at P.S. Literary, to the DFW Writers Conference 2016 lineup! Eric is a literary agent, author and blogger living in Philadelphia. As associate literary agent for P.S. Literary, he loves sci-fi, fantasy, and Young Adult fiction of all kinds. When he isn’t busy working on other peoples’ books, sometimes he writes… Read More

Monica Odom of Bradford Literary joins DFWCon’s agent lineup

We’re delighted to add Monica Odom of Bradford Literary Agency to our 2016 agents lineup! Monica joined Bradford in 2015. Before that she spent five years managing finance, sub-rights and social media at Liza Dawson Associates, and became an associate agent there in 2013. Monica earned her Masters in Publishing: Digital & Print Media from New York… Read More

Literary agent Steven Salpeter of Curtis Brown Ltd joins DFWCon, April 23-24

Next up in our literary agent lineup for DFWCon 2016 is Steven Salpeter of Curtis Brown, Ltd. A graduate of the University of Florida, Steven was the editor-in-chief of Tea and founder of the Palmetto Prize for Fiction and the Blackbird Prize for Poetry. He began his publishing career at Writers House and Brandt &… Read More

Gordon Warnock of Fuse Literary Agency to attend DFWCon April 23-24

Gordon Warnock, a founding partner at Fuse Literary, will attend the DFW Writers Conference, April 23-24 in Fort Worth. Welcome to DFWCon, Gordon! Gordon is both a literary agent and the editorial director of Short Fuse Publishing. He brings years of experience as a senior agent, marketing director, editor for independent publishers, publishing consultant, and… Read More

Austin-based literary agent Mark Falkin to attend DFWCon

Mark Falkin has practiced entertainment and intellectual property law for 16 years, representing hundreds of artists (a platinum seller and Grammy® winner among them), entrepreneurs and businesses, shopping artistic projects, drafting and negotiating entertainment contracts, securing trademarks and copyrights, licensing and selling intellectual properties, establishing businesses and litigating disputes. He is licensed in Texas and… Read More