Dec 19, 2018
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,...
Dec 13, 2018
David R Slayton grew up, as he puts, in a town where Norman Rockwell meets the Twilight Zone.
That town was Guthrie, Oklahoma—and it’s place where David said finding fantasy novels was challenging and finding fantasy novels with diverse characters was downright impossible.
So what else to do but write your own? The...
Nov 28, 2018
"Reading is a political act."
That’s the tag line for Colorado Resistance Reads, the brainchild of RMFW’s own Kate Jonuska.
Colorado Resistance Reads curates books by Colorado authors that engage with themes relevant to today’s tumultuous political climate, including climate change, the free press, LGBTQ+...
Nov 21, 2018
Dacia Arnold’s first novel, a science fiction entry called Apparent Power, launches next month.
It’s the first in a trilogy and it has already received a knock-out advance review from Kirkus, which called the book’s main character, Valerie Russell, "an exceptional protagonist."
In Apparent Power, a dormant gene...
Nov 11, 2018
This time on the podcast, a special conversation with former RMFW Writer of the Year Susan Spann—currently immersed in a non-fiction project in Japan.
Susan is in the middle of a personal journey, one she is documenting for a book based on her ascents up the 100 highest summits in the land of rising sun.