In case some of you missed the link to my interview with literary agents Michael Larsen and Elizabeth Pomada, who are the co-directors of the San Francisco Writing for Change Conference, today I’d simply like to offer you the chance to listen to that conversation. They offer a wealth of information on how to take your passion for creating change on a personal, community, social, or global level and putting it into words that can be successfully published. They also explain why writing conferences provide such a huge benefit and opportunity.
To listen to the interview, simply click here.
All writers serve as change agents on some level. No reader puts a book down without being altered in some way by what they have read. However, writers can move their readers to action–to create change in the world–by translating their own passion for change onto the page. If you have a solution to a problem, a way to help individuals, groups, or society, or a new perspective that could create a new paradigm or bring about a higher consciousness, write your change book today. Listen to Michael and Elizabeth as they tell you how to accomplish this goal.