Aug 31, 2017
The guest on the podcast this time is the only person in Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers with the title of “dean.”
Peggy Waide is the dean of RMFW University, an online learning program that is offering an increasingly rich series of classes.
In fact, there’s a class coming up in mid-September with Sharon Mignery...
Aug 26, 2017
Okay, friends, we did this in 2015 and 2016 and here it is again—the live taping from the panel at the Tattered Cover with the Writer of the Year and the Independent Writer of the Year finalists.
This event was taped on Wednesday, August 23 at the Tattered Cover on East Colfax.
The moderators are 2016 Writer of the...
Aug 23, 2017
When she finished writing her novel Transference, Kate Jonuska came to a fork in a road and, as Yogi Berra once said, she took it.
The question was how to publish? Traditional? Or independent?
Kate was surprised that her views on the choice had changed and it was a choice she said was informed by her time in RMFW.
Aug 18, 2017
Two years ago, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers started a new tradition of recognizing Honored Guiding Members, those individuals who have significantly contributed to the success of the organization over the years. Honorees are selected for their talent and abilities, as well as the leadership they've shown.
Aug 14, 2017
The first million words are practice, right?
Many times on the podcast we’ve had examples of patience and dedication and hard work, and this chat with Curtis Craddock is proof again of the notion that you just need to keep writing and keep getting better.
It also doesn't hurt to attend Colorado Gold.