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Northern Colorado Writers
407 Cormorant Court
Fort Collins, CO 80525
(970) 227-5746 (Director's phone number, Mon-Fri)
April Moore, NCW Director
April Moore is the Director of Northern Colorado Writers, the author of two books, and a freelance editor. Her first book, Folsom's 93, is a historical nonfiction about the lives and crimes of Folsom Prison's executed men and her second, is Bobbing for Watermelons, a novel. She has written for publications and her short stories have appeared in anthologies. April is also a freelance illustrator and often collaborates with other authors on projects.
Prior to becoming director, April was part of the NCW Conference Creative Team and handled coordination for the association's annual Top of the Mountain Book Award. She has taught workshops for NCW and is available as a freelance editor for a variety of writing projects.
April is passionate about writing and helping other writers achieve their goals. Through classes, workshops, meetings, retreats, and an annual conference, NCW is able to provide its 200+ members and other writers the tools, encouragement, and information needed to find success.
All conference proposals are accepted between June 1 and August 31 for the following year.
See our Class & Workshop Proposal page for information on submitting a proposal for an upcoming summer or fall class or workshop.
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History of Northern Colorado Writers
Northern Colorado Writers is the brainchild of Fort Collins freelance writer and book author Kerrie Flanagan. It began in 2006. Kerrie discovered a strong writing community in Northern Colorado, but there wasn't anything bringing these writers together. With the help of best-selling children's author Debbie Dadey, the first Northern Colorado Writers Conference (NCWC) was held in March of 2006 at the Armstrong Hotel in downtown Fort Collins with LeAnn Thieman as the keynote speaker. Click here to learn more about the annual conference.
Through newsletters, meetings, retreats, classes, and the annual conference, NCW helps provide members with the tools, resources, support, and encouragement for a successful writing life.
Northern Colorado Writers is now under the direction of April Moore, author and longtime member of NCW, who plans to continue building upon the solid foundation Kerrie has built for writers of all levels and genres.