We are halfway between winter and spring. The eagles have returned to their nests, the owlets have already hatched. But if you’re stuck in the doldrums, here are two books and a field trip to reawaken your imagination.Read More
Brenna Yovanoff's Gothic monsters are full of teeth, and she is an author full of surprises.Read More
Join Fiction Unbound writers at the Westminster Public Library on the second Tuesday of each month for writing and craft talks.
Each month we'll write for 45 minutes and then participate in a themed discussion on writing-related topics. All short story writers and novelists are welcome.
January 10 — Time and scene with Theodore McCombs
February 21 — “How to Write an Argument” with C.S. Peterson
March 14 — Craft talk with Mark Springer
April 11 — “Getting to Know Your Characters” with Lisa Kreutz Mahoney
May 9 — Craft talk with Jon Horwitz-White
6-7:30 p.m., Rm L107 College Hill Library
3705 W 112th Ave
Westminster, CO 80031
Paolo Bacigalupi, the master of the dire sci-fi future, visits Fiction Unbound to talk about black-swan events, speculative fiction's power to contextualize the present, and what he has learned about his own creative process.Read More
Prudence Vilkas was born with wings in 1973 Nashville. The doctors said they were a birth defect and her wings were surgically removed leaving small scars on her shoulders. But the ghost of her wings remains and ties her to generations of winged women across the sea. Author Michele Young-Stone and CS Peterson sit down to talk about winged women, historic horror, transcendence and the craft of writing.Read More