2015 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
Colorado Gold Conference
Dates Coming Soon
The Westin, Westminster, Colorado
Every year, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers is pleased to present the Colorado Gold Conference, where hundreds of writers from all over the US and beyond gather for a full weekend of writerly camaraderie, exciting programming, and opportunities to pitch projects to the industry's top agents and editors. Programming focuses on the following key areas:
Whether you're new to the idea of becoming a writer or you're a veteran published author, whether you hope to pursue a traditional publishing contract with a big New York publishing house or launch a self-publishing venture, you're sure to find the skills, knowledge, inspiration, motivation, and support you need at Colorado Gold.
RMFW's conference chair accepts workshop proposals for the Colorado Gold Conference January 31st through March 31 of 2015. Please note the competition for faculty positions is fierce. To help you create the best possible proposal, here are some suggestions to help you make your proposal stand out:
Below are the registration dates for the 2015 Colorado Gold Conference:
Registration fee includes:
Optional special sessions and add-ons include:
Note that posted prices are subject to change.
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers will gladly refund your conference registration fees, less a $50.00 processing fee. You must notify the conference chair to cancel your conference registration 31 or more days before the conference date. Please contact email@example.com, to cancel.
RMFW is unable to refund any conference registration fees 30 days or fewer before the conference date.
If you are interested in attending as a special guest, contact Susan Brooks at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to present at the 2015 Colorado Gold Conference, see the proposal section above.
CLICK HERE for 2014 conference highlights and a link to purchase recordings of conference sessions.
If you have any questions about the 2015 Colorado Gold Conference, email Susan Brooks at email@example.com
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I try to create sympathy for my characters, then turn the monsters loose.
It’s none of their business that you have to learn to write. Let them think you were born that way.
Most writers regard the truth as their most valuable possession, and therefore are most economical in its use.
If you can tell stories, create characters, devise incidents, and have sincerity and passion, it doesn’t matter a damn how you write.
It is perfectly okay to write garbage—as long as you edit brilliantly.
It took me fifteen years to discover I had no talent for writing, but I couldn’t give it up because by that time I was too famous.
A blank piece of paper is God’s way of telling us how hard it to be God.
Not that the story need be long, but it will take a long while to make it short.
Words are a lens to focus one’s mind.
I love deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.
Science fiction writers, I am sorry to say, really do not know anything.
Half my life is an act of revision.
I went for years not finishing anything. Because, of course, when you finish something you can be judged.
Rejection slips, or form letters, however tactfully phrased, are lacerations of the soul, if not quite inventions of the devil—but there is no way around them.
Fiction is about stuff that’s screwed up.