Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
RMFW is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and educating writers seeking publication in commercial fiction.
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Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers has a new membership and event registration website. CLICK HERE for instructions to access your account.
Upcoming Free Programs
Writing the Basics of Queer Characters: Learn the basic definition of GLBTQ, the intricacies of living as a queer person, and how their sexuality and/or gender identity can affect your character’s personality, history, life experiences, and general outlook on life. Charlie, Cath and Emily will cover harmful stereotypes and micro-aggressions both in real life and in fiction, as well as how society and world-building can affect how your queer character acts and feels. More Info
Rocky Mountain Writer
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Colorado Gold Conference Registration
Registration is open but nearly full for the
2015 Colorado Gold Conference. Prices go up August first and there are only fewer 50 spots left. Master classes are also selling quickly. CLICK HERE to register.
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Announcing the 2015 WOTY Winner!
RMFW 2014 Anthology: Crossing Colfax
Playboy magazine once called Colfax Avenue “the longest, wickedest street in America.” Over one hundred years ago, it was the main road into and out of the city. East Colfax was the address to have for many of the city’s elite, and West Colfax was a trail that led to the mountains and dreams of Gold Rush riches. We invite you to explore Colfax Avenue – its past, present, or future. Its greatest moments, real or imaginary, and its darkest secrets. More Info
RMFW Spotlight on Susan Brooks, 2015 RMFW Conference Chair
Susan Brooks has been conference chair since 2011. She has an MA in Publishing from George Washington University and has recently opened Literary Wanderlust. In her interview, Susan mentions, “RMFW is such a wonderful organization and I love the mission of helping people learn. My biggest goal as conference chair is that each conference is better than the last one.” When it comes to writing, Susan loves the element of discovery. “I love the creative process of just sitting down to write something and exploring my characters.” More About Susan
RMFWPodcast – Episode 11
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