Anne Randolph

Anne Randolph
Company Name: Kitchen Table Writing
Website: www.AnneRandolph.com and www.KitchenTableWriting.com
Email: AnneRandolph@KitchenTableWriting.com
Phone: 303-758-3426
Address: 2407 South Dahlia Lane, Denver, CO 80222
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Joined CAL: February, 2014

Specialties: Creative Writing, Marketing, Independent Publishing

Books:
Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table

Memberships:
Denver Woman’s Press Club
Author U
Colorado Independent Publishers Association
Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
Lighthouse Writers

Awards/Honors:
NATIONAL ENDOWMENT OF THE ARTS FELLOWSHIP
English National Opera, London; Netherlands Opera, Amsterdam

FULCRUM PUBLISHING COMPANY FELLOW, Golden, Colorado
Developmental Editor, Marketing, Community Relations

NORTHERN COLORADO WRITERS, Winner Fiction
Top of the Mountain Fiction Award, The Sweet Not Enough Southern Gothic Novel

NATIONAL OPERA INSTITUTE FELLOWSHIP
Minnesota Opera, St. Paul, Minnesota

WORLD-FEST HOUSTON, FILM FESTIVAL AWARD, Houston, Texas
Screenplay, Dramatic Original, This Side of Georgia

CHESTERFIELD FILM COMPANY SCREENPLAY COMPETITION, Finalist
Screenplay, This Side of Georgia, Santa Monica, California

THE DRAMA LEAGUE, NEW DIRECTOR/NEW WORKS, Finalist
Screenplay, This Side of Georgia, New York, New York

Bio:
Anne Randolph, creator of www.KitchenTableWriting.com, inspires writers to find their authentic voice. She presents workshops in Denver and conferences including the Screenwriters Conference Santa Fe. Awarded grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, director of two opera companies and the Colorado Symphony, she has worked at the English National Opera, New York City Opera, and Opera Colorado as well as in London, Italy, and Amsterdam. Her new memoir collection, Stories Gathered at the Kitchen Table is available on Amazon and at www.AnneRandolph.com/book.




Sue Viders

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Website: BuildingBlocksforWeekendWriters.blogspot.com
E-mail: sueviders@comcast.net
Phone: 303-799-1093
Address: 9739 Tall Grass Circle, Lone Tree, CO 80124

Joined CAL: 2008-02-11

Specialties: marketing books for artists, writing books for writers, nonfiction, and teaching aspiring writers

Books:
The Complete Writer’s Guide to Heroes and Heroines
Sixteen Master Archetypes – now available as an ebook
Ten Steps to Creating Memorable Characters
Deal a Story (a card game for writers)
Numerous other books on marketing for artists

Due out in the fall of 2014:
A series of guides and workbooks – The Weekend Writer
A cozy mystery – Book One – Meg and the Mysterious Voices

Periodicals:
The Artist’s Magazine
American Artist
Other national art magazines

Online Credit:
www.dealastory.com
buildingblocksforweekendwriters.blogspot.com/

Other Credits:
Teacher of on-line writing classes

Memberships:
Past president of The Denver Women’s Press Club




Susan Tews

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E-mail: susantews@hotmail.com
Phone: 303-694-8088

Joined CAL: 1994-08-01
Address: 5527 S. Hillside St., Greenwood Village, CO 80111

Skills & Media:
Editing, Marketing,Promotion, Website Management

Memberships:
SCBWI




M. Carolyn Miller

M Carolyn Miller
Company: CultureShape, LLC
Website: www.cultureshape.com
E-mail: carolyn@cultureshape.com
Phone: 303-883-4606
Address: PO Box 23757, Portland, OR 97281

Joined CAL: 1998-08-01

Specialties:
Business: creative instructional design, simulations, business cases/scenarios, use of story and gamification to drive business results, metaphoric/visual treatments of complex concepts

Personal mythology: essays, articles and a forthcoming unique online experience, The Grand Game of Story

Skills & Media:
creative nonfiction, nonfiction, instructional design, marketing

Books:
The Woman Who (Lost and) Found Her Wings (Wyngz Press, 2000)
Entrepreneurship (McKinley College, 2008)

Periodicals:
Denver Post
Rocky Mountain News
Colorado Serenity
Various regional publications
American Animal Hospital Trends Magazine

Awards:
First Place, Features, 2015 APEX award
First Place, Features, 2015 ASBPE award




Joseph Hutchison

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Company: Full Scale, Inc.
Website: www.jhwriter.com
E-mail: poetjhwriter@icloud.com
Phone: 303-506-4966
Address: P.O. Box 266, Indian Hills, CO 80454

Joined CAL: 1994-08-01

Specialties: poetry, fiction, essays, reviews, advertising and marketing

Skills & Media:
Magazines, advertising and marketing (print ads, collateral, direct mail, Web sites, outdoor, presentations, etc.)

Books:
Bed of Coals (FutureCycle Press, 2014 — a paperback edition of the award-winning collection originally published only in hardback)
Marked Men (Turning Point Books, 2013)
The Earth-Boat (Folded Word Press, 2012)
Thread of the Real (Conundrum Press, 2012)
Sentences (Pudding House Publications, 2003)
Greatest Hits: 1970-2000 (Pudding House Publications, 2003)
Number 171 in the Greatest Hits Series
The Rain At Midnight (Sherman Asher Publishing, 2000)
The Heart Inside The Heart (Wayland Press, 1999)
Bed of Coals (University of Colorado Press, 1995), winner of the 1994 Colorado Poetry Award
House of Mirrors (James Andrews & Co., Inc., 1992)
Sweet Nothing Noise (Wayland Press, 1991)
Wandering Music (Juniper Press, 1991)
Co-Editor, A Song for Occupations: Poems About the American Way of Work (Wayland Press, 1991)
The Undersides of Leaves (Wayland Press, 1985)
Thirst (Juniper Press, 1984)
Shadow-Light (Judy Anderson, 1982), selected by Arizona poet Richard Shelton as the 1982 Colorado Governor’s Award volume; Weathers, Vistas, Houses, Dust (Juniper Press, 1980)

Anthologies and Other Book-Length Publications:
New Poets of the American West: An Anthology of Poets from Eleven Western States, Lowell Jaeger, ed. (Many Voices Press, 2010); The Poetry Home Repair Manual: Practical Advice for Beginning Poets, Ted Kooser ed. (University of Nebraska Press, 2005); The Book of George (The BoG Collective, 2004); Poets Against the War: International Day of Protest, February 12, 2003—Evergreen, Colorado: A Commemorative Anthology ( Mad Blood, 2003); The Tar River Poetry 20th Anniversary Anthology (1998); The XY Files: Poems on the Male Experience, ed. Nancy Fay (Sherman Asher Publishing, 1997); Pierced by a Ray of Sun: Poems About the Times We Feel Alone, ed. Ruth Gordon (Harper-Collins, 1995); American Dream (Pig Iron Press, 1995); Sweet Nothings: An Anthology of Rock and Roll in American Poetry, ed. Jim Elledge (Indiana University Press, 1994); Drive, They Said (Milkweed Editions, 1994); Luna: Myth and Mystery, ed. Kathleen Cain (Johnson Books, 1991); The Decade Dance (Sandhills Press, 1991); Movieworks (Little Theatre Press, 1990); Tracks in the Snow: Essays by Colorado Poets (Mesilla Press, 1989); Crossing the River: Poets of the Western United States (The Permanent Press, 1987); Wingbone: Poetry From Colorado (Sudden Jungle Press, 1986); City Kite on a Wire: An Anthology of Denver Poets (Mesilla Press, 1986); The Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, 1985 (Monitor Books, 1986); American Classic (SCOP Publications, 1985); The Ohio Review Ten-Year Retrospective Anthology (Ohio Review Press, 1983); The Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, 1983 (Monitor Books, 1984); The Brand-X Anthology of Fiction (Applewood Books, 1983); What Can You Say About Poems: Essays by Poets on Poetry (Juniper Press, 1982); The Anthology of Magazine Verse and Yearbook of American Poetry, 1980 (Monitor Books, 1981); The Windflower Home Almanac of Poetry (Windflower Press, 1979).

Periodicals:
Ab Intra, Abraxas, The Agni Review, American Humane Magazine, American Poetry Review, American Writing, Ann Arbor Review, Ark River Review, Aspen Anthology, The Bastard Review, The Bitter Oleander, Blackberry, Bloomsbury Review, Blueroad Reader, Boulder Daily Camera, Brix Magazine, Calliope, Canadian Fiction Magazine, Catalyst, Cave (New Zealand), Chariton Review, Chautauqua Literary Journal, The Chowder Review, Colorado Review, Communiqué, Concerning Poetry, Consequence Magazine, Crazy Horse, Crosscurrents, Denver Quarterly, Denver Syntax, Devil’s Millhopper, Divide Magazine, Eclipse, Edge (New Zealand), Educational Insights, Eleventh Muse, Evergreen Living, Fiddlehead (Canada), FutureCycle Poetry, Glass: A Journal of Poetry, Grasshopper, Greenfield Review, Gulfstream, The Hague Review, HeartLodge, High Plains Literary Review, Hubbub, The Hudson Review, Hurãkan, Images, Io, Karaki (Canada), Kansas Quarterly, Lamp in the Spine, Lilliput Review, The Little Review, Louisville Review, Luna, Mad Blood, Manzanita Quarterly, Midwest Quarterly, Mississippi Review, The Muse, The Nation, Naugatuck Poetry Review, Nebraska Review, New: American and Canadian Poetry, New Mexico Humanities Review, New Salt Creek Reader, Northeast, The November 3rd Club, Ohio Review, Oregon Times Magazine, Petroglyph Magazine, Poet and Critic, Poetry (Chicago), Poetry Australia, Poetry Motel, Poetry Now, Poetry on the Buses (sponsored by The Massachusetts Review), Platypus, Prairie Schooner, Prism International (Canada), Puerto Del Sol, Raccoon, Rapport, Red Booth Review, Rhino ’98, Riverstone, Road Apple Review, Rocky Mountain Review, Salt, Seems, Sight Unseen, South Coast Poetry Journal, South Dakota Review, Southern Humanities Review, Sou’wester, Spree, Syntax, Tar River Poetry, Tendril, Three Colorado Poets (Abishag Press), Valparaiso Poetry Review, Visions-International, Voices International, West Branch, Wisconsin Review, Writers Forum, Xanadu, Yes Magazine, Zone 3.

Online Credit:
http://poetsgulfcoast.wordpress.com/2010/06/19/two-poems-by-joseph-hutchison/
http://www.cerisepress.com/01/02/sustenance
http://www.cerisepress.com/01/02/mastery
http://www.ccfi.educ.ubc.ca/publication/insights/v11n01/articles/hutchison.html
http://www.versedaily.org/2007/swayinghammock.shtml
http://www.xanga.com/raistarr/609316645/item.html
http://www.denversyntax.com/issue11/poems/hutchison/adrift.html
http://www.unco.edu/colopoets/poets/hutchison_joe/claritas.html
http://glass-poetry.blogspot.com/2008/03/poplar-by-joseph-hutchison.html
http://www.futurecycle.org/page2801425.aspx

Poetry Readings:
Book Buffs Ltd. (Denver), Tattered Cover Book Store (Denver), The Rocky Mountain Book Festival (Denver),The Mercury Cafe (Denver), Civic Center Park (Denver), Loretto Heights Theater (Denver), Denver Center for the Performing Arts (Denver), Metropolitan State College (Denver), Arapahoe Community College (Littleton), The Evergreen Writers Festival (Evergreen), Aurora Fox Theater (Aurora), La Dolce Vita (Colorado Springs), University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado College (for Poetry West in Colorado Springs), University of Southern Colorado (Pueblo), Foothills Arts Center (Golden), Brillig Works Book Store (Boulder), Stone Lion Books (Fort Collins), Powerplant Arts Center (Fort Collins), University of Northern Colorado (Greeley), Greeley Arts Center, Aspen Writers Conference (Aspen), Between the Covers Book Store (Telluride), Western State College (Gunnison), Adams State College (Alamosa), The Plains Writers Conference (Sterling)

Memberships:
Academy of American Poets
The Authors Guild

Awards/Honors:
Named Colorado Poet Laureate by Governor John Hickenlooper in September, 2014 (4 year term)
Colorado Poetry Award
Top Hand Award
Macmillan Company of Canada Award for Poetry




Kimberly Field

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Joined CAL: 2007-11-05

Specialties: Western History and Lifestyle, Politics, Current Affairs, Outdoors, Essay, lifestyle, nonfiction, magazines, books

Skills & Media:
Magazines, books, writing classes, publicity and media training

Books:
The Denver Mint: 100 Years of Gangsters, Gold and Ghosts
Mitt Romney: The Man, His Values and His Vision
Westminster – The First 100 Years – Cultivating a Colorado Community

Memberships:
Denver Woman’s Press Club (Public Relations Chair)

Awards/Honors:
Finalist, 2008 Colorado Book Award