The Elizabeth Gilbert keynotes explore her creative process behind writing and constructing stories. In particular, Gilbert examines the processes and pressures that artists and writers have to undergo when producing works that she herself faces.
Gilbert is the author of award-winning and internationally best-selling book 'Eat, Pray, Love,' which sold over 7 million copies. She also wrote other novels including 'Dairy Queen,' 'Princess Ben' and 'Stern Men.' Prior to her current position, Gilbert worked with various publications including 'Spin' and 'GQ.'
In terms of her education, Gilbert studied political science at New York University. Her works have been considered as finalists for the 'PEN/Hemingway' and 'National Book Critics Circle Award.' Recently, Gilbert is publishing her fifth book 'Committed: A Skeptic Makes Peace With Marriage.'
Examining that creativity is often linked with suffering and that artists should always persevere in times of struggle, the Elizabeth Gilbert keynotes offer individuals into her creative processes.