Muse 2021 Registration is Open
The Muse & the Marketplace 2021: An Enhanced Writing Residency is here! The Residency will feature 65+ sessions on craft and publishing from top authors and industry professionals, plus the opportunity to meet literary agents or editors for direct manuscript feedback.
The Residency itself will take place Wednesday, April 21st - Sunday, April 25th. We are also offering Premium Workshops with featured authors and the Manuscript Mart Wednesday, April 28th - Sunday, May 2nd.
Register now to snag your top choices; Agent Info Sessions, Manuscript Mart appointments, and Premium Workshops are already filling up!
Not sure you can attend every single session that week? Many will be available as recordings for up to 6 weeks after the Residency!
Featuring presenting authors Jenny Offill (Weather), Zeyn Joukhadar (The Thirty Names of Night), Nancy Johnson (The Kindest Lie), T Kira Madden (Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls), Paul Lisicky (Later: My Life at the Edge of the World), Candace McDuffie (50 Rappers Who Changed the World), Rebecca Makkai (The Believers), Meredith Talusan (Fairest), Margot Livesey (The Boy in the Field) and more! Along with leading literary agents and editors from DeFiore and Company; Graywolf Press; Penguin Random House; Dystel, Goderich & Bourret; Sterling Lord Literistic; Nelson Literary Agency; Root Literary; Andrea Brown Literary Agency; Folio Literary Management; Kneerim & Williams; Curtis Brown, Ltd.; Sanford J. Greenburger Associates; Waxman Literary Agency; Thompson Literary Agency; Speilburg Literary and more!
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