Writerly Ruts: Step Out of Your Comfort Zone to Change Your Writing
We all get into ruts...at work, at home, and with our writing. Learn three ways to break out of your writerly rut from someone who started as a publisher, turned into a nonprofit manager, and now is directing a university's creative writing program.
Gregg Wilhelm's expertise covers book publishing, arts administration, and higher education. He started his career at Johns Hopkins University Press, launched four imprints including one with a major independent bookseller, founded the nonprofit literary arts organization CityLit Project in Baltimore, and held adjunct and leadership positions at several institutions. Over the years, Gregg has published more than 150 books across all genres and produced nearly 1,000 literary programs. In spring 2018, he became the Director of Creative Writing at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.