There’s one more thing we don’t want you to miss about the Colorado Gold Writing Contest for unpublished novelists.
Announcing the 2014 Colorado Gold Final Judges!
Matt Martz, Editor, St. Read More
This month we’re shining the light on Chris Devlin who is coordinating the RMFW Colorado Gold Writers Contest. Read More
Tomorrow we shine the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Spotlight on Chris Devlin, Contest Chair. She has a big job, and we aim to help her out a little by spreading the word about this outstanding opportunity for unpublished writers. Read More
By Mary Gillgannon
In a post a couple of months ago, I was discussing the creative process and mentioned my muse “not speaking to me”. Afterwards, I began to think about the concept of a muse, what it means to me and why I think of mine as female. Read More
By Kym O’Connell-Todd and Mark Todd
For us, successful collaborative writing is like good sex.
First comes foreplay: we begin to brainstorm, teasing out seductive story lines to see if there’s something that we both want to spend time developing. Read More
By Mario Acevedo
A recent questionnaire on Facebook asked to list fifteen authors that influenced you personally. I jotted down some names, then as I thought about it, kept revising the list. After I had posted the list I realized I had overlooked one of the authors. Read More
By Mark Stevens
(This blog is a note to self. Thanks for letting me share.)
I recently read a New Yorker profile of the writer Lydia Davis and I felt as if I’d entered a very calm, clear space. Read More
By Julie Luek
I’m almost fifty. There it is in black and white, a milestone in my life. My kids, 23 and 18, are flying the coop this year, out into the world to pursue their passions. My daughter, bless her heart, has inherited my creative passions and will pursue her love of music. Read More
By Liesa Malik
Gasp! As storytellers and novelists, the word “nonfiction” can sound very constraining. Read More
By D A Gordon
During the last twelve months I have edited, critiqued and judged a bunch of stories. This is partly due to the fact that I belong to five writing groups and I’m a contest judge. Read More