SunLit interview: Two writers nurtured the annual RMFW anthology into a life of its own
Rachel Delaney Craft and Natasha Watts brainstormed a theme for the collection. Once they settled on "Wild," the authors took the prompt in unexpected directions.
A New Mexico sabbatical provided opportunity for research on Native gangs, and a start to a Colorado author’s novel
Erika T. Wurth knew her book was dark, and publishers initially shied away. But now she welcomes a "Native Renaissance."
In typical Cussler fashion, “Celtic Empire” begins with a historical premise — and then takes off
Dirk Cussler explains how this Dirk Pitt adventure, co-authored with his father, who died in February, uses an ancient tale from Egypt as a springboard for the globetrotting protagonist
How a traditional folk tune and five rewrites of a manuscript turned into a Colorado author’s “The Blood of Seven”
But it wasn't until author Claire L. Fishback discovered some ancient manuscripts that the story found its footing
SunLit: Author drew inspiration for novel from dream flirtation, real-life bone cancer battle
It took 10 years, and a lot of "cry-typing," for Sara Jade Alan to bring her young adult fiction to life