Resources

ResourcesNeed to know how to format a manuscript?  Want to know the hot trends in New York publishing?  Looking for writing inspiration, tips and instruction?  You’ve come to the write place.  In addition, this is also the place to find archived articles, interviews, and PPW NewsMags.

We want pikespeakwriters.com to be every writer’s go-to place for information about writing.  So we’re building a resource library with articles on the craft (things like plot, character, and how to write a top-notch beginning), the business of writing (topics like self-publishing and query letters), and the Writer’s Life.  We’re also including helpful “reports” from previous PPW workshops so writers unable to attend can benefit.  Plus there’s a slew of back issues of PPW’s former bi-monthly publication, The Pikes Peak Writer NewsMagazine.  And don’t forget to check out all the news, info and advice at PPW’s modern answer to the NewsMag, the PPW Blog “Writing from the Peak.”

Stop back often and browse our Resource articles, because we’ll add lots more to this library.  If there’s a topic you’d like to see, please use the form on the bottom right to send us a note.  We’ll do our best to roll out articles on the topics you most need.

Want to write an article for the PPW library?  Please send a query to editor@pikespeakwriters.com.

Audio

Do you prefer to digest information in audio format?  These resources offer recordings on a wide variety of topics.

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Articles

Writing resources, articles on craft, business, and more.

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Yahoo Group

Now that you’re a member of Pikes Peak Writers, it’s the perfect time to join our active Yahoo! Group.  Follow the instructions on this page to get started. What is a Yahoo! Group? A Yahoo! Group is a free online community sponsored by Yahoo!  You simply need to create a free account, pick which groups […]

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PPW Event Reports

We’ve had a great number of intrepid reporters from various places attend our arena of PPW events over the years. The following links to PDFs contain what they had to say about what they learned and experienced. Accessorize, Traumatize, Analyze and Eulogize Your Character All One Document American Icon 5 Can You Feel It? Emotions […]

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