Muse Spotlight 2014: Marketplace Clinic
Inspired by feedback from previous Muse & the Marketplace conferences, GrubStreet has developed a new “conference-within-the-conference” – called the Marketplace Clinic -- that focuses on teasing out writers’ long term goals so they can be both strategic and authentic when promoting their work.
These sessions will take advantage of the smaller teacher-student ratio to build connections, grouping writers by project or stage, and offering individual feedback on each writer’s goals in the context of a larger discussion about mission, strategy, entrepreneurship, harnessing social media and other marketplace-related issues. You can learn more about the Marketplace Clinic here.
Grub Street studied writing at Grub Street, The New School, and NYU. His literary work has appeared in The Missouri Review, The Harvard Review, The New England Review, Narrative Magazine and The Good Men Project. He's been a finalist for Glimmer Train's Short Story Award, and been listed in Best American Essays. His articles have been published in The Sun Magazine, Utne Reader, and forthcoming in Slate. His first book, THE CARETAKER, was published by St. Martin’s Press this year, and a sequel, BOLLYWOOD TAXI, will be published next year.See other articles by Grub Street