Richard Rieman

Carole Ramsay

Carole Ramsay

Company Name:  StereoATypical Press; ATypical Press



Phone: 303-384-9426

Social Media: Facebook , Twitter

Pseudonym:  C Ramsay

Specialties: Spiritual/inspirational; nonfiction; sci-fi; screenplays

Skills & Media: Screenwriting; essays

Books: The God Seed and The Dalai Lama’s Wife

Bio: Carole Ramsay is a graduate of Robert Frost’s Breadloaf Writer’s Conference and a lifelong writer. She wrote her first story, about a bear, when she was 3 years old. Carole writes in the spiritual/inspirational and science fiction genres and also writes literary, non-fiction and screenplay formats. Her latest book is The God Seed and The Dalai Lama’s Wife, an inspirational journey. Carole also runs StereoATypical Press which seeks new and stereotype-shattering fiction.


Tanja Pajevic




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Memoir, creative nonfiction, nonfiction, workshops, business writing, self-help, blogging, fiction, poetry.

Skills and media:

Writing workshops, writing coaching, blogging, consulting, business writing, editing, fiction and poetry workshops.


The Secret Life of Grief: A Memoir

9 Steps to Heal Your Resentment and Reboot Your Marriage

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Fulbright Fellowship

Hemingway Fellowship

Kraft Fellowship

Vermont Studio Center writer’s grant


Tanja Pajevic received her M.F.A. from Indiana University and has taught at the University of Colorado Denver, the Community College of Denver and Indiana University, as well as in the larger community. She is the author of The Secret Life of Grief: A Memoir and 9 Steps to Heal Your Resentment and Reboot Your Marriage, a self-help book based on her blog Reboot This Marriage: Two adults. Two kids. One year to Reboot This Marriage. Tanja is the recipient of a Fulbright grant, Hemingway Fellowship, Kraft Fellowship and a faculty award from the University of Colorado Denver for her project “Writing as Healing.” Inspired by the challenges we all face but rarely discuss, Tanja leads writing workshops around life’s big transitions. She lives in Boulder, CO, with her husband Ken and their two boys, Nico and Gabriel, and is currently working on a book of poetry.