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Minrose Gwin on Writing, Reading, and her TSWC Workshop “Writing Visual Description”

Good writing makes us see. It’s through the senses, and especially through vision, that stories submerge us in the world’s mystery and beauty and terror: all that Eudora Welty called “the heart’s field.” In light of that, Minrose Gwin’s workshop “Writing Visual Description,” focuses on how writers and their readers …

Another Taos Success Story: An Interview With Mario Gonzales

Mario Gonzales is a past Taos Summer Writers’ Conference attendee who recently had his short story “Malditos” published by the New England Review. We like to think of him as a Taos success story! We asked him a few questions about his experience at the conference, and how he thinks …

Success at the Sagebrush: Celebrating the Publication of TSWC Participant Becky Jo Gesteland

What happens in Taos doesn’t necessarily stay in Taos. For the many Taos Summer Writers’ Conference attendees who go on to publish that’s a good thing. Just ask Becky Jo Gesteland, who’s seen her personal essays go from blog posts, to workshop pieces at TSWC, to published literature. Becky Jo, …