Colorado Gold Conference
- I don't know how close any of you live to Colorado, but if you're a
writer who's serious about having your novel-length fiction
published, this conference is an excellent one for helping you reach
your goal. Most of all, it's just SO MUCH FUN!
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers sponsors one of the best multi-genre
writers conferences in the country! It's time to mark your calendars
for RMFW's 18th Annual Colorado Gold Writers Conference coming up
September 14, 15 and 16, 2001, at the Embassy Suites in Englewood,
Guest agents include: Michelle Brummer (Donald Maas Literary Agency),
Lori Perkins (Perkins Literary Group), and Cricket Pechstein (New
Brand Agency Group).
Guest editors include: Dan Barlowe (Aardwolf Press), Elizabeth
Collins (Gardenia Press), Winifred Halsey (Speculation Press), Karen
Kosztolnyik (Warner Books), Kim Nadelson (Harlequin/Silouette), and
Lorraine Stephens (Wings Press Ltd.).
This year's keynote speaker is multi-award winning author, P.D.
Cacek. Other well-known author-speakers include Reggie Rivers (also
talkshow host for KHOW radio), Jasmine Cresswell, Diane Mott
Davidson, Leslie O'kane, Francine Matthews, Maggie Osborne, and many,
Sign up for a one-on-one appointment with the editor or agent of your
choice, which comes free with your conference registration. And
register for an editor/agent workshop, an excellent opportunity to
have your work evaluated by a professional. Inspiring workshops and
panels about the writing craft, marketing your work, and many other
topics of interest to writers of genre fiction, will be facilitated
by our guest agents and editors, professional speakers and authors.
Conference fee is only $169 for 3 full days of workshops, networking,
and professional guidance. Space is limited, so register as soon as
you can. For more information and registration forms, visit the Rocky
Mountain Fiction Writers website: http://www.rmfw.org
I hope to see you at Colorado Gold this September!
Vice President, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
PROJECT RESURRECTION by Karen Duvall
"...an entertaining adventure." Fred Cleaver, The Denver Post