Internet Writing Workshop members continue to find publishing success in all venues. Congratulations to this week's crew!
Used Furniture Review has published "Saying It with Flowers."
Thanks to all who helped with it.
My story WYSIWYG is in Blip magazine. It was known as Mississippi Review.
A prose poem I submitted to Fiction earlier in the month, "The Woodsman," was accepted by the poetry editor at Muscle and Blood. I really appreciate the critiques.
I'm joining Elaine Moore's recent post. "Blood of My Own, Blood of a Crooked Moon" has gone live in Foliate Oak's October edition. Thanks to everyone who nudged this short prose piece into being.
I'm featured on the blog, Writing on the Go.
I have the following book reviews up at www.SFRevu.com:
- In Memories We Fear: A Vampire Memories Novel by Barb Hendee
- The Traitor's Daughter by Paula Brandon
- India Black and the Widow of Windsor by Carol K. Carr
- Picture of Lies by C.C. Harrison
- The Demon's Parchment: A Medieval Noir by Jeri Westerson
My short erotica story, "Between Iceland and Greenland," has been published under my penname, Lara Kairos, by Oysters and Chocolate.
My thanks to everyone on the Romance Writing list for crits and comments!
My second novel, Flooding Granite, releases today from Casperian Books. Check it out if you're interested.
Readers outside the US and Canada can buy it on Amazon.
Thanks to those who read and greatly improved the book on the Novels-L list years ago.
My poem, "Dad," is up at Foliate Oak Literary Magazine. It began as a writing challenge using the word 'garden,' but it came from the heart nonetheless.
Still Crazy will publish "American Safari" in 2012 -- possibly July. This one was subbed to the fiction list and polished thanks to the crits received. I'm very tempted to send 72 year old Dodie on another 'kill' mission.
Warning - this column contains strong language and opinions. You've been warned! :-)
Nice review of Little Mountain from Ruth Douillette.
Jeannette posted this nice review of Little Mountain on Amazon.
Our own Mike Duron (is he still with us?) was the first to buy my first novel Circe as e-book. Here's his review on Amazon.
My story, "Just Drinks with Friends," is up at Everyday Fiction.
My flash, "A Suburban Story," has been accepted by Dead Mule.
Pat St. Pierre
I just found out that my bio and photo will be listed on Weekly Artist.com in January 2012.
Nice exposure, I think.
My flash fiction, "Lovers Forever," is up at Fiction 365.
My flash fiction, "Waiting for Tomorrow," is up at A Long Story Short.