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Marsha Casper Cook

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Please join Marsha Cook and V S Grenier on  September 7- 10AM PST 11AM EST NOON PST 1PM EST as they welcome Barbara Rogan. Barbara has had an incedible career and she is still doing so many things to help writers. This is going to be a great show that will be both entertaing and very informative.

 BARBARA began her publishing career with Fawcett Books before moving to Israel. One year later she established the Barbara Rogan Literary Agency, which specialized in representing American and European publishers and agents for Hebrew-language rights. With a few years the agency had become the largest in the country, supplying over 60% of the large Israeli market for translated books. During this period Barbara served on the Board of Directors of the Jerusalem Book Fair.

Her first novel, Changing States, was published simultaneously in England, the U.S., and Israel. Shortly after its publication, she sold the literary agency and returned to New York.  Since then she’s published seven novels, most recently Suspicion and Hindsight (Simon & Schuster), and co-authored two non-fiction books. Her latest novel, A Dangerous Fiction, will be published in 2013 by Viking/Penguin. Barbara’s books have been translated into six languages, featured by all the major book clubs, optioned for movie and television and issued as audio books. She has taught fiction writing at Hofstra University and SUNY, and currently teaches online for Writers Digest and in her own school, Next Level Workshops.  She lectures widely on both the business and craft of writing and teaches seminars and master classes at writers’ conferences, including the Surrey Writers’ Conference in Vancouver.Her wesites are  - barbararogan.com- nextlevelworkshop.com

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