I started with Greek Mythology and I learned that they have many Muses.
Calliope: The Muse of eloquence and epic or heroic poetry
Erato: The Muse of lyric poetry
Polyhymnia: The Muse of the sacred hymn, eloquence and dance
As I Googled, I discovered that Greek Mythology wasn’t alone in this respect and that others had their own Deities/Muses.
Apollo: Roman God of sun, music, poetry, prophecy, and healing
Minerva- Roman Goddess of wisdom, arts, and trade
The Roman Gods multitasked in their duties. In addition to their standard abilities, Apollo and Minerva also ruled over music and the arts. No days off for these Gods.
Bragi: Norse God of poetry
This Norse God was renowned for wisdom, fluency of speech and skill with words. I might consider this God when I’m suddenly called to an impromptu meeting at the office.
Fu-Xi: is very strong on home improvements, and also spiritual improvements. He's often seen with a carpenter's square — which symbolizes both as he created the Eight Trigrams for Divination*.
It seems this Deity loves to create and improve on things. This is a Deity to keep in mind for a possible Muse perhaps when you want to rewrite your first draft.
‡ In Hinduism, Brahman is the one supreme, universal Spirit that is the origin and support of the phenomenal universe