By Charlie Sherpa
This might feel a little bit like posting one of those haul videos to the Internet, but Sherpa returned from last week’s Sangria Summit: A Military Writers’ Conference in Denver, Colo. with a rucksack heavy with books, a notebook full of ideas, and a pocket stuffed with names, numbers, and email addresses of new collaborators.
It was a top-shelf affair, conducted at Denver’s Marriott City Center, with speakers and panels providing insights on researching, writing, publishing, and marketing military non-fiction and fiction. The inaugural session proved an intimate affair—about 50 authors, writers, journalists, agents, and others—ranging from as far away as British Columbia and the Empire State, to as near as already-in-the-neighborhood. There are, after all, plenty of military installations in central Colorado.
Read more at Sherpa’s blog.