Eric has sold clients’ books to major publishers including Avon, Harper Collins, Ballentine, Loveswept, Harlequin, Samhain, Midnight Ink, and more. These sales have been documented in Publisher’s Marketplace. As a result, he’s often asked to speak at writers’ conferences (and take pitches) across the United States and in Europe. Eric has lectured on pitching books, publishing, and showbiz with writers from New York, Boston, and Maine, to Wisconsin, Seattle, and Los Angeles, and more.

If you want Eric to come to your organization to speak and take pitches, please email him at Here is a listing of his upcoming appearances.



July 12, 2018

Eric will be taking pitches from authors at ThrillerFest in New York City.

September 13-16, 2018

Eric will attend the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association’s (PNWA) Summer Conference. He will speak on panels and meet with authors for pitch and query sessions.



February 17-18, 2017

Eric participated in the Meet the Agents and Editors weekend for the Geneva Writers’ Group in Geneva Switzerland.

April 22, 2017

Eric taught a workshop on pitches and queries at the International Women Writers Guild Big Apple Conference. He also took pitches.

May 5-7, 2017

Eric was a “celebrated guest” at the DFW Writers Conference, also know as DFWCon in Dallas, Texas. He participated in pitch sessions, taught a class on legal issues for writers, and joined a few panels and interactive workshops.

July 20-23, 2017

Eric attended the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association’s (PNWA) Summer Conference. He spoke on panels and met with authors during pitch and query sessions.

August 19, 2017

Eric once again participated in the Writers Digest Pitch Slam at New York City’s Midtown Hilton.

October 13-14, 2017

Eric participated in the AVON 39, The Walk to End Breast Cancer. He raised over $2,000.00 and his team raised ten times as much. The entire New York walk raised over $6 million.

October 26, 2017

Eric participated in #PitDark, the first and only Twitter pitch event to highlight literature of a “darker” nature.