Mile High Scribes, ACFW South Denver

Registration for the 2nd annual Mile High Writing Conference is now open!

Mile High Writing Conference presents an all-day workshop with Jeff Gerke, award winning book editor, author, and fiction teacher, that will focus on how we communicate as Christian writers.

What is the goal of every writer? Communicate!

On Saturday, July 29th, Mile High Scribes/ACFW South Denver will host speaker Jeff Gerke in a one-day writers’ conference.

  • We will learn about upward communication, including why we write for God and the audience of One. 
  • We will learn about inward communication, including constructing the inner lives of characters and inner monologue.
  • We will learn about outward communication, including constructing the outer lives of characters with setting and dialogue.

Jeff Gerke is well-known in the Front Range writing community and beyond. He teaches at multiple writers conferences each year. Jeff is known for his brilliantly clear teaching style, his humor, his canny book doctoring skills, and his encouraging manner, all of which leave writers feeling empowered and like they really can do this thing after all.

His Writers Digest books include: The Irresistible Novel, Plot Versus Character, The First 50 Pages, Write Your Novel in a Month, and The Art & Craft of Writing Christian Fiction. Jeff is the founder of Marcher Lord Press (now Enclave Publishing), the award-winning premier publisher of Christian speculative fiction.

He lives in Colorado Springs with his wife and three children.

Jeff says, “I love Christian fiction. About the only thing I love more than writing it is encouraging others to write it. I want to serve God by equipping Christian novelists to go out and tell that portion of the Good News that He has given them to write through fiction.” 

Click here to register before June 19th for early bird rates!


Want to learn more about our chapter? Click here or visit ACFW Colorado or ACFW National to learn more about American Christian Fiction Writers.

 

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