WRITE HOT !  (free workshop on Sat)
with Anne Randolph, M.A., M.F.A

July Free Writer Workshop
Saturday July 10th noon
Englewood Public Library- Perrin Room
1000 Englewood Parkway

Englewood, CO 80110

4 seasoned writing professionals willpresent on different topics including Copyright, Self-Publishing,Inspiration, and what reviewers look for. The event is free and open to the public. Door prizes, coffee, and donuts will be provided while supplies last.
Admissions is on a first come first served basis.  These programs wouldnormally cost in excess of 100 dollars for the level of experience ondisplay

The Presentations Included are:

A: Write Hot! with Anne Randolph – Find tension and imagery in your writing

B: Avoiding the Slush pile with Patti Thorn – See what book critics look for

C: Independent publishing 101 by Dr. C. Daniel Miller- Discover different publishing Models

D: An introduction to Copyright with Joyce Miller- Learn how to use copyright to your advantage

RSVP  *protected email*   303-758-3426


Do you write from your core?
Do characters have the same drive as you?
Do you use an authentic voice?

In this INTERACTIVE workshop, YOU will:
•    Identify your core
•    Write from the ‘white-hot’ center of your work
•    Energize your AUTHENTIC voice
•    Explore character, CONFLICT, and images

Ignite your characters by writing from your center.
Bring paper and pen, and your imagination.

LET ME KNOW IF YOU CAN JOIN US.   Âten1660242994.tsac1660242994moc@h1660242994plodn1660242994aRenn1660242994A1660242994 303-758-3426

            WHAT OTHERS SAY:   “It’s the pen’s fault!”  

“Talk about packing the house, Anne Randolph’s RMFW workshop drewwriters from across the city and state.  Let that be a testament toAnne’s outstanding  reputation as an outstanding speaker
and writing coach.”   Terry Wright, The 13th Power, RMFW

“Not to be missed experience.”  Susan Fisher, RMFW member

“Great class!  Now, I understand my book!”  Katherine Carol, Tango Consulting, 

       “Anne is a real pro!”  Mark Stevens, Author Antlers Dust

After work as Director of two opera companies and the Colorado Symphony, Anne Randolph, leads  and workshops in Denver and at conferences including the Screenwriters Conference in Santa Fe.She has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, theNational Opera Institute and has been a Stage Director in London,Amsterdam, Italy, and New York and is published by Red Hen Press. Herpublication, Write Hot: An Easy Guide to Kitchen Table Writing is available at