Bonnie McCune has been writing since age ten, when she submitted a poem about rain rushing down the gutter to the Saturday Evening Post (it was rejected). Her interest in the written word facilitated her career in nonprofits where she concentrated on public and community relations and marketing. She’s worked for libraries, directed a small arts organization, and managed Denver’s beautification program.
Her true passion is fiction, and her stories have won several awards. Among her credits: Penny, 2017; honorable mention, Best Short Stories Sat Eve Post Fiction Contest 2013; finalist Best New Writing 2013 anthology; Infectiveink, 2013; 2nd prize, 2012 Tom Howard Short Story Contest; 1 st prize 2011 Art Affairs contest; second prize Women Who Write 2011; 7th 2009 Writer’s Digest short-shorts first prize On the Premises 2009.
With five women’s fiction books under her belt, she’s now seeking a new publisher as she re-directs her writing toward spec fiction. See her writing and blog at www.BonnieMcCune.com .