Auraria Writers Week 2014 On Writing with Jamaica Kincaid Monday, March 10, 11:00 am-12:15 pm, Tivoli Turnhalle Award-winning writer and professor Jamaica Kincaid will read from her creative work, speak about the craft of writing, and answer questions. A book signing will follow the reading. The Publishing Curve: Staying Ahead of It Before You’re Thrown [read more]
Submission deadline – March 12, 2014. You have much to gain and little to lose by submitting 1200 words of memoir to Stories on Stage for its contest, Me, Myself and I. The winner’s work will receive an artful reading April 5th in Boulder and April 6th in Denver. Seeking submissions of stories based on your own experiences. [read more]
In her newly published book, Incidental Handicap: One Woman’s Faith Journey, DWPC member Richelle Cross Force shares her intriguing story of self-acceptance while growing up with cleft lip and palate. The most common birth defect in the United States, cleft lip and/or palate affects one in every 600 newborns. Richelle unveils the agony that can lurk [read more]
Writing a sex scene involves more than putting tab A into slot B. When done well, a romantic interlude can show intense character changes and move your story forward. If you’re curious about how, when, why and where to put a sex scene in your book, this workshop is for you.
Have you ever had a ghost in your house? If you thought that there was a presence in your home, what might your reaction be? Would you be frightened or curious, accepting or ready to call a priest? Join us for an unusual evening discussing life-after-death issues, with plenty of time for a Q&A session. Skeptics are welcome!