We all know what the “big” victories are (landing a representative, snagging a book offer, or getting a flashy award), however this year we aim to commemorate the equally important, small, and often hidden triumphes of our writing lives. In anticipation of the conference, weve asked Muse 2021 providing authors to explain one little success theyve had as a writer that nobody understands about.
I require a lot more than 150 characters to make a point. But one day Raffi liked among my tweets. It was something ridiculous I d tweeted while breastfeeding at two in the early morning, something about being more kind to the universe, to the planet, something about conserving the belugas..
And then Raffi liked it..
The Muse and the Marketplace 2021 is almost here! This years conference is taking the form of a virtual enhanced composing residency (happening Wednesday, April 21st – Sunday, April 25th) with new Premium Workshops and the Manuscript Mart (occurring Wednesday, April 28th – Sunday, May 2nd)
The man who wrote the soundtrack to my early childhood, the only person who can get my 2 tiny kids to stop yelling.
Im just a below average Twitter user..
It felt like a hug from the deep blue sea
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We all know what the “big” success are (landing a representative, snagging a book offer, or getting a fancy award), but this year we aim to commemorate the similarly crucial, small, and typically unseen success of our writing lives. In anticipation of the conference, weve asked Muse 2021 presenting authors to explain one little success theyve had as an author that no one understands about. Register for the Muse and the Marketplace 2021 today.
Jo Piazza is an award-winning reporter and the bestselling author of ten books. Her latest book, We Are Not Like Them, will be released in summertime 2021 by Atria at Simon and Schuster.
You can catch Jos virtual craft conversation with Christine Pride, “Writing About Race in Fiction,” via Attendify at the Muse 2021 from 10:00 am – 11:15 am (EDT) on April 22nd, 2021. Dont wait! Register for the Muse and the Marketplace 2021 today.
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