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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: February, 2016
Feb 27, 2016

The guest is Gwen Florio, author of the mystery series featuring reporter Lola Wicks, who first appeared in the novels Montana and Dakota.
Lola is back in the brand new Disgraced and Florio stops by to talk about the third installment as well as the intersecting worlds of non-fiction and fiction when it comes to journalism.
Florio talks about her writing process, about capturing small town life in Wyoming, about the importance of journalism—in real life and in fiction.

Gwen Florio

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Feb 18, 2016

This is a live recording from the February 13 workshop held in Denver with Suzie Brooks, Pamela Nowak and Wendy Howard. The workshop was organized to offer suggestions, ideas and advice for those submitting proposals to present at Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers' three-day Colorado Gold conference in September. 

RMFW Colorado Conference

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Feb 14, 2016

RMFW member Judith Briles' is a strong advocate for taking the "indy" route to publishing. She has decades of experience all over the publishing landscape and this episode provides a sampler of the topics she can discuss in depth including editing, marketing, networking and figuring out the best publishing option for you.

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Feb 7, 2016

On Saturday, Feb. 6, Jack Marshall Maness delivered a presentation titled "Filling the Gaps in Historical Fiction." The talk was given at the Bear Valley Branch Library in Denver to a packed room. Maness, the winner of the 2015 Colorado Book Award  for best historical fiction for his novel Song of the Jayhawk, talked about his research process and how he finds the space between fact and imagination to move his stories forward. Song of the Jayhawk focused on pre-Civil War Kansas and so will the follow-up, due soon. Maness was also a guest on this podcast in the summer of 2015 shortly after winning the award.

Jack Marshall Maness

Feb 1, 2016

Kerry Schafer writes fantasy with its teeth sunk into reality. She also writes mystery that delves into the paranormal and women’s fiction that embraces the dark and twisty realms of humanity.

On this podcast, we chat with Kerry Schafer about “Dead Before Dying," coming out in early February, and “Closer Home,” written under the name Kerry Anne King and due next month, in March. Kerry talks about a host of topics including dream worlds, grief, the pros and cons of Kickstarter and the benefits of writing under two names. 

Kerry Schafer

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