Tag Archives: Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers

9 Tips for Entering the Colorado Gold Writing Contest

The Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers writing contest is in full swing and you can enter up till June 1, 2012. Details and entry form are here. As contest co-chair this year, I’m excited to be able to participate in this … Continue reading

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Book Review: Curses! A F***ed-Up Fairy Tale, by J.A. Kazimer

Every once in awhile in the life of a writing contest judge, an entry happens along that makes you all excited and happy to be a contest judge. Julie Kazimer’s A Fucked-Up Fairy Tale was one of those entries, though … Continue reading

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Conference Tips for RMFW’s Colorado Gold

Here are some thoughts from a veteran of the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Colorado Gold Conference (September 9–10–11, 2011 here in Denver). First-timers: Arrive early to scope the lay-out of the Renaissance Hotel so you know how best to get … Continue reading

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