I recently had the good fortune of chatting with literary agent Margaret Bail of Inklings Literary. She’ll be one of the agents attending the 2014 Colorado Gold Conference. Read More
As part of our series to introduce everyone to our Colorado Gold Conference guests, I caught Carina Press editor Kerri Buckley for an informal chat.
Jeffe: Hi Kerri! Thanks for being here on the RMFW blog today!
Kerri: And thanks so much for having me. Read More
There’s one more thing we don’t want you to miss about the Colorado Gold Writing Contest for unpublished novelists.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
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 She has a big job, and we aim to help her out a little by spreading the word about this outstanding opportunity for unpublished writers.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 Shannon Baker
I’ve got a new book coming out! This has been a dream of mine for a very long time. In fact, if the first novel I completed had been a baby, it would be able to drink in any state of the union now. Read More
If you thought you could wait until the last minute and then sign up for Trai Cartwright’s screenwriting class, too bad. That class filled up in a hurry. Read More
by Mark Stevens, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers President
As she accepted the Writer of the Year plaque at Colorado Gold, Linda Joffe Hull talked about living and writing for a decade in the “purgatory of almost” before finding a publisher for one of her books. Read More
By Patricia Stoltey
I felt obligated to stick to the same word count I suggested for the rest of our blog’s contributors and guests, but it was hard. I took so many notes, and I learned so much, that I still feel as though I fell off my diet and stuffed myself too full. Read More
By Nicole Disney
We’ve all had that moment. You’re driving on the highway, in the middle of your shift at work, in the shower, and inspiration comes. The words draw each other together like reunited lovers in bursts so poetic and fleeting you must find a pen. Read More
By Julie Kazimer
Well it’s done. Another fabulous Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Conference is the books. My head swells with information, not to mention a little too much time in the hospitality suite. I met new and old friends alike. This conference had over 100 new attendees. Read More