Carolyn Crist is a health and medical journalist based in Georgia whose stories have appeared in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta Magazine, Reuters, U.S. News & World Report and Wired. Her forthcoming book, The New Science of Narcissism, will come out in fall 2020.
In the podcast, Carolyn spoke with journalist, Adjunct Writing Instructor for NYU and Writer’s Digest teacher and writing coach Estelle Erasmus about the following:
- Why she took on this role
- How they chose this year's theme, Collaboration Nation?
- This year’s keynote: The State of the Freelance Union
- New session topics for this year's conference that haven't been offered before
- Key sessions in each topic: Journalism, Content Marketing, Books, the Business of Freelancing?
- Networking opportunities for newbies and seasoned conference goers
- Volunteer opportunities for people attending #ASJA2019
- The new mastermind sessions
- Mentoring sessions and how they will work
- Advice on how to maximize the conference
- What’s new with the ever popular Client Connections
Read Estelle’s supplemental interview with Carolyn Crist
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Register for Estelle’s Writing Parenthood course for Spring 2019 at New York University’s School of Professional Studies
Register for Estelle’s Writer’s Digest classes:
Writing the Personal Essay
Getting Started in Writing