To help keep our spirits up and our words flowing, were sharing Muse and the Marketplace keynote talks and unique occasion videos from GrubStreets past in a series called “From the Grub Archive.” This week, were sharing a Muse and the Marketplace video featuring Charles Baxter..
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For lots of ambitious writers, Charles Baxters fiction and craft essays have actually been a model and an essential guide. In this intimate, motivating, amusing, and mind-expanding conversation with famous talk show host Christopher Lydon, Baxter talks about the role of music (from Brahms to Prince) in our lives and our fiction, how he produces enduring characters with such rich inner lives, and why there should constantly be a troublemaker in a story. Were particularly dedicated to advocating for a varied range of voices in the literary market and raising the exposure of authors from under-represented communities.
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For numerous ambitious writers, Charles Baxters fiction and craft essays have been a design and an indispensable guide. In this intimate, inspiring, amusing, and mind-expanding conversation with legendary talk show host Christopher Lydon, Baxter talks about the function of music (from Brahms to Prince) in our lives and our fiction, how he develops indelible characters with such abundant inner lives, and why there must constantly be a troublemaker in a story.
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