This time on the podcast we’ve got Rachel Delaney Craft with two worthy topics of conversation.
Rachel is co-editor, along Natasha Watts, and of the next RMFW short story anthology and she’s here with an announcement about the anthology’s theme.
If you’re planning on submitting a short story for this collection, which will be published in 2020, you’ll want to hear this.
Also, Rachel recently attended a workshop about the character-typing model known as Enneagrams and she thinks the system has some terrific insights for writers, too, in the character-development process.
She recently wrote a blog post about this workshop and she’s here to expound a bit more on this tool.
Rachel Craft writes middle grade, young adult, and speculative fiction. Her work has appeared in publications such as "Cricket," "Ask," and "Young Explorer's Adventure Guide," as well as the award-winning RMFW short story anthology Found.
Rachel lives and writes in Louisville, Colorado.
Rachel Delaney Craft's website
Intro music by Moby
Outro music by Dan-o-Songs