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MuseWorthy: Jane Friedman

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How can artists survive and thrive? It's a question we think about a lot, too! Jane Friedman discussed this issue (and so much more) in her fabulous Muse 2014 keynote. Every few weeks we'll feature fabulous moments from Muses past to show you just what you have to look forward to. So sit back, watch Jane's keynote with us, and get excited about the conversations you'll have at The Muse and the Marketplace 2015

March 4, 2015 | Info

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MuseWorthy: Amanda Palmer

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Have you signed up yet for The Muse and the Marketplace 2015? Now is the time! Every few weeks we'll feature fabulous moments from Muses past to show you just what you have to look forward to. Take a look at Amanda Palmer's keynote from 2013. We're so inspired!



February 19, 2015 | Info

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Looking for a Venue for Your Author Event? Try a Hair Salon!

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I was having my hair done at the salon recently and mentioned to the owner, Mamie, that an essay I’d written had been published in one of the Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies. Over the years she’s heard about my publishing successes and disappointments; I figured with this latest news she’d congratulate me, and quickly return to the clip and curl she was finishing on a customer

January 26, 2015 | Lisa Braxton

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Noir @ the Bar

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Whether it's the football season coming to a close (Go Pats!), or your need for a good book or short story to kick-start 2015, we got your Sunday covered. We all know how hard it can be to find live literary events, especially during the winter months. Noir at the Bar is a wonderful way to find community, kick back with some drink, food and conversation.

Join us for an evening of crime fiction with some of New England's top crime writers and out-of-town guests.
January 23, 2015 | Chris Irvin

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Small Press Book Club

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When a customer walks into the bookstore looking for a specific book, chances are they can tell me its title (maybe) and the color of the cover (definitely). Booksellers, by contrast, will always think of the author's last name and the publisher. Last names come to us automatically because that's how bookstores are organized - our brains are so alphabetically wired that we can navigate the fiction section blindfolded. But publishers stand out because they represent an artistic vision.
December 31, 2014 | The Brookline Booksmith

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