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Grub Street brings publishing industry to Boston for Muse & the Marketplace

Grub Street Executive Director Eve Bridburg (left), author Stephen McCauley, and author Anita Shreve converse during the Muse VIP cocktail party at 28 Degrees in Boston. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
Grub Street Executive Director Eve Bridburg (left), author Stephen McCauley, and author Anita Shreve converse during the Muse VIP cocktail party at 28 Degrees in Boston. (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)

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The Boston writing center Grub Street had its annual Muse & the Marketplace conference over the weekend, drawing hundreds of writers, agents, and editors to the Park Plaza for panel discussions about the publishing industry. Presenters — who included writers Anita Shreve, Ann Hood, Dawn Tripp, and Stephen McCauley, and Boston literary agents Esmond Harmsworth and Kathryn Beaumont — gathered at 28 Degrees in the South End on Friday night for a kickoff party hosted by Zachary Shuster Harmsworth Literary Agency. On Saturday, after musician Amanda Palmer gave a keynote speech, VIPs (including Palmer) partied at the Back Bay home of Grub supporters Jay and Christy Scott Cashman. Sunday’s keynote address was given by New Yorker critic James Wood.

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