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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

The podcast feed from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Authors with new books. Experts on editing, marketing, agent queries, managing your writing career. Traditional publishing. Independent publishing. All aspects of writing fiction. 

Aug 30, 2020

In the previous episode, we chatted with Rachel Delaney Craft and Natasha Watts, the co-editors of WILD: Uncivilized Tales, the soon-to-be released short story anthology from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.

This time, in a companion episode to that one, five writers in all read the opening minutes of their entries in...

Aug 24, 2020

This week, a chat with the co-editors of WILD, the soon-to-be released short story anthology from Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.

Rachel Delaney Craft writes speculative fiction for children and teens. Her work has appeared in publications such as Cricket, Spider, Cast of
Wonders, Luna Station Quarterly, and the...

Aug 16, 2020

Fleur Bradley is the author of many middle-grade books aimed at reluctant readers, including the (spooky) mystery Midnight at the Barclay Hotel.

Fleur is passionate about two things: mysteries and getting kids to read, and she regularly speaks at librarian and educator conferences on reaching reluctant readers....

Aug 9, 2020

In this year of physical distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers has joined forces with Northern Colorado Writers and Pikes Peak Writers to create the Colorado Writers Collaborative – a month long virtual conference free for everyone to attend.

This joint venture hits YouTube on Sept. 1....

Aug 2, 2020

Aimie K. Runyan writes to celebrate history's unsung heroines.

She has written five historical novels, including the internationally bestselling Daughters of the Night Sky.

Her most recent novel, Girls on the Line, was a Historical Novel Society Editor's Choice for February 2019.

She was a finalist for the Rocky...