By: Robin Laborde A special two-part Write Brain:The New Zebulon Amy Armstrong, Presenterand250 Words That Will Make or Break YouNatalie Mae, Presenter 2020 Zebulon The August Write Brain began with an update about the 2020 Zebulon Contest, including TWO double-sided pages of information about what has changed during the contest’s year-long hiatus. A few of the more notable […]
Who We Are
Pikes Peak Writers Conference was founded in 1993 by author Jimmie Butler under the auspices and sponsorship of the Friends of Pikes Peak Library. The inaugural conference centered on “Useful Tips for Writing Commercial Fiction,” and enjoyed sponsorship by the Friends of the Pikes Peak Library District and The Kennedy Center Imagination Celebration.
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Pikes Peak Writers is known for our annual conference, but we also do tons of programming throughout the year, much of it free! One of our free monthly events is Writer’s Night, where writers of all genres gather together to discuss writerly topics over food and drinks. Anyone is welcome to attend, whether they have […]
Congratulations to PPW’s Sweet Success Coordinator, Darby Karchut, who has a Sweet Success of her own! Darby Karchut’s middle grade Western/fantasy mashup, DEL TORO MOON (2018 from Owl Hollow Press), recently won the 2019 Colorado Book Award. The book was also a 2018 Reading the West Longlist Pick and 2018 Moonbeam Children’s Book Silver Medalist. […]
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Although PPWC2019 fell into the history books almost a month ago, the buzz is still electrifying. Here are just a few things people had to say: “There’s a reason PPWC is one of the longest-standing and productive writing conferences in the country. The level of talent, professionalism, access to both industry leaders and Mother Nature […]