Charlotte Gullick: Speaking for the Forgotten

Charlotte Gullick is inspired “by the stories of people who don’t often see themselves reflected in the dominant culture,” she says. “For me, this often means rural folks.” More than one reviewer has aligned Gullick’s work with Steinbeck’s in terms of her...

Celebrating Our Authors for Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, so we’re celebrating a few of the great women authors we’ve had the pleasure of working with at Santa Fe Writer’s Project, many of whom have tackled significant feminist themes. Check out the fantastic variety of work below. Our latest...

Charlotte Gullick: 2001 Literary Awards Program

The 2015 Literary Awards Program ends on November 2nd. Grand prize is $1500, and two runner ups will receive $1000 each. Those three will also be evaluated for publication with SFWP, receiving a competitive contract for a full market, frontlist publication. There have...

Seven Miles (memoir excerpt)

By Charlotte Gullick   Seven Miles He’s had a few too many. Should Helen call my mother? Nah, he’s fine. And after he makes his blurry way to the garbage truck, he climbs inside. The reek of trash still strong in the summer night air. He didn’t make the dump run like...

Looking forward to Spring 2014

In just a few days, the official release date for Charlotte Gullick’s wonderful book, By Way of Water, will be upon us. Though physical copies have been shipping for some time, all of you ebook junkies will finally get your download! If you haven’t yet...