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Julia Churchill On Bologna

Julia Churchill says Bologna is not the time and place for authors to pitch their books to agents:

Occasionally, an unpublished author will look to pitch their book. This is the one time of the year that we aren't open to such an approach. Those precious hours and minutes need to be devoted to those authors we already represent - the time is guarded ferociously. So if you're thinking of pitching your book to agents at a book fair, don't. You will get the wrong impression of our industry, and the people in it. Bologna for us is about giving 100% commitment to our authors, not sourcing new talent.

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