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Literary agent and publisher Yasmin Kane


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Friday 25 January 2019

12:00pm GMT (UK TIME)

Yasmin Kane is a literary agent AND the owner of Three Hares Publishing so she is always on the lookout for new and original talent. She represents authors across many genres including young adult, middle grade, literary fiction, commercial fiction and commercial women’s fiction. Put your questions to her to discover how to get out of the slush pile and onto the shelves.



Date: Wednesday 6 February 19:00 GMT

how to get published

Huw Powell loves pirates and space so created a children’s series about pirates IN space. Genius! His first novel in the ‘Space Jackers’ middle grade series was shortlisted for Teach Primary’s New Fiction Award and was Literature Works ‘Book of the Month’. Join us as we chat writing children’s adventures, running lively workshops and being internationally published with Bloomsbury.

Harriet Tyce


Date: Wednesday 13 February 19:00 GMT

how to get published

Harriet practised as a criminal law barrister in London before turning her hand to writing and her debut novel ‘Blood Orange‘ is already tipped to be one of the darkest thrillers 2019 has to offer. Find out HOW Harriet combined working with writing to earn her place on the shelf amongst the crème de la crème of psychological thriller authors. Don’t back away now. Click to enter an experience you’ll never forget.

Emily Critchley


Date: Thursday 14 March 13:00 GMT

How to get published

Well, what can we say about Emily? What hasn’t she done? She has had short stories and poetry published and her first novel ‘Notes on My Family’ was long-listed for the 2018 Branford Boase award, shortlisted for the Bristol Teen Book Award, nominated for the Carnegie medal and featured as The Sunday Times children’s book of the week. Join us as we find out how she gets her inspiration.

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