Podcast Interview with Michael Larsen & Elizabeth Pomada

San Francisco Writers Conference February 2012


It’s that time of the year again – when San Francisco, CA., hosts one of the best writers conferences in the industry- The San Francisco Writers Conference. It will be held in the beautiful Mark Hopkins Hotel with a fabulous line up of exciting guest speakers and three wonderful keynotes, Lisa See, Lolly Winston, and Alan Rinzler, not to mention the opportunity for author hopefuls to pitch their book ideas to some of the top literary agents in the country.

…and Here’s More!

The San Francisco Writers Conference has added  Pre-Conference Days which begin on February 16, 2012

For details and online registration: www.SFWriters.org

In honor of this spectacular conference, HS Radio is rebroadcasting from the home page our June 2008 interview with the hosts of this wonderful conference, literary agents Michael Larsen and Elizabeth Pomada. Below are some of the books written by featured speakers of past and present San Francisco Writers Conferences. Hope to see you there!


The Michael Larsen-Elizabeth Pomada Literary Agents is housed in one of San Francisco’s beautiful Victorian homes, called “Painted Ladies.”

If you are interested in learning more about Elizabeth and Michael’s literary agency click here.

If you are interested in learning more about San Francisco’s famous “Painted Ladies,” click on the image below:

Being a writer takes hard work and dedication. But Elizabeth Pomada and Michael Larsen, owners of the oldest literary agency in San Francisco, talk about what a tremendous effect a writer can have on society and politics.

Each year they host the San Francisco Writing for Change Conference, a conference dedicated to activists who seek to change the world, one pen at a time.

For more information about this conference, or Michael and Elizabeth’s San Francisco Writers Conference please view their Guest Writer page by clicking HERE

To read Michael Larsen’s essay on how you can make a difference as a writer click on the link below:

“Books Can Still Change the World,” by Michael Larsen




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