Robin Farmer is an award-winning journalist and seasoned storyteller. Nearly every major award she has won involves stories about young people. Her accolades include selection as one of 12 American reporters for an eight-month Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellowship at the University of Michigan, numerous national and Virginia Press Association awards and a monthlong residency at the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in the fall of 2017.
Robin directed, produced and wrote a short film for the 48 Hour Film Project. Her screenplays focus on young females finding their voices to advocate for marginalized communities. She is adapting one of her scripts into a debut novel. This work-in-progress led to Robin’s selection for the 2016 Djerassi Resident Artists Program — the oldest and largest colony of its kind in the West — where she spent a month working on her project in a cinematic setting on a ranch in the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Her short story, The History Lesson, was included in River City Secrets: Stories from Richmond. Featuring Richmond’s historic and popular locations, the anthology was published in 2016.
Robin is a board member of the James River Writers, a nonprofit connecting writers and readers in central Virginia. She also interviews authors for The Writer’s Voice, an audio program offered by Virginia Voice, a volunteer program using technology to connect individuals with vision impairments to information.
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A young techie discovers that the best connection is human.
Without A Net
Two young circus performers pressured into following their parents’ footsteps create their own second acts.
A young environmentalist learns that nature is a gift that keeps on giving.
A philandering detective investigating the death of a cheesecake heiress soon learns that revenge is a dish best served frosty.