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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

Interviews with members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers and those involved in RMFW conferences, workshops and other writing-related events. Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and educating writers seeking publication in commercial fiction.
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Now displaying: November, 2015
Nov 20, 2015

Linda Joffe Hull is the guest on this episode. Linda is the author of two standalone novels, The Big Bang (Tyrus Books) and Frog Kisses (Literary Wanderlust). She has also written three books in the Mrs. Frugalicious Mystery series, published by Midnight Ink. That series features bargain hunter and sleuth, Maddie Michaels: Eternally 21 (2013, Midnight Ink), Black Thursday (2014, Midnight Ink), and the newly released Sweetheart Deal (2015, Midnight Ink). Linda currently serves on the national board of Mystery Writers of America. She is a longtime member and former president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and was the 2013 RMFW Writer of the Year. 

Tyrus Books

Linda Joffe Hull

Midnight Ink

Literary Wanderlust

 

 

 

Nov 12, 2015

Angie Hodapp is the guest this week, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the Nelson Literary Agency.

Angie Hodapp holds a bachelor's degree in English and secondary education and a master's in English and communication development. She is a graduate of the Publishing Institute at the University of Denver and has taught courses on the craft and business of writing at Writer’s Digest University, Lighthouse Writers Workshop, and various writing conferences, including RMFW’s Colorado Gold.

She has worked in publishing, in one form or another, for fifteen years.

On the podcast, Angie gives us glimpse at her day-to-day work at the agency, offers some terrific advice for writers who planning to submit, and talks a bit about her own writing career as well.

Nelson Literary Agency

NLA Digital

Code Named Verity - Elizabeth Wein

Alex Bledsoe

Denver Publishing Institute

 

Nov 4, 2015

The guest on this episode of Rocky Mountain Writer is author, performance artist and educator Margo Christie. Margo is on a mission to blur the lines between high- and low-brow art. Her debut novel, "THESE DAYS, A Tale of Nostalgia on a Burlesque Strip," won a second prize in Amazon's 2012 Breakthrough Novel Award and was
labeled "as original as it is addictive" by Publisher's Weekly. A 16-year resident of Denver, she's now semi-retired in Tampa Florida, where she's working on a second novel, tentatively titled "Memory Motel," and a collection of travel-inspired essays.

On the podcast, Margo chats about the writing ideas and concepts behind her workshop, "Dressing Up and Baring All."

Margo Christie's Website

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