THE is a website devoted to the personal essay and the reflective memoir, forms that use the personal to shine a light on a truth that speaks to us all. Our main feature is the “Paragraph of the Week.” Every Friday we choose a single paragraph from the work of a renowned or promising writer and display it on the front page of the site beside commentary by The Humble Essayist. The commentary pays attention to the craft of the paragraph—celebrating the beauty of the author’s stylistic choices—but also shows how that paragraph embodies and serves the theme that the author is exploring.
Michael Steinberg, the founding editor of the literary journal, The Fourth Genre: Explorations in Nonfiction, presents a blog with guest bloggers on the essay
Bower House Press; including Conundrum Press, publisher of Phantom Canyon
Originally founded as Corvus in 2002 and publishing as Speck Press and Intrigue Press, we have collected Conundrum Press, Johnson Books, Trails Books, and titles from the former Westcliffe Publishers and 3D Press under one roof. Bower House is a Mountain West publisher, producing books for the world.
Colorado Authors’ League (CAL) supports professional writers. Formed more than 80 years ago, authors become members to keep up with changes in the craft of writing, publishing and marketing. CAL wants to understand the many changes taking place because of our digital, connected world. As an organization, we want to help shape solutions for the future.
WELCOME to the website of Women Writing the West®, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization that supports authors and other professionals in promoting the contributions made by women to the history, culture and growth of the American West..
Founded by Robert W. King, the Colorado Poet Center is a directory of writers who have published poetry and who live and work in Colorado or have strong ties to the state. This site contains Colorado poets’ biographical and bibliographical material, selections from published work, and availability for readings and/or working in schools.