Saturday, October 29, 2011

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Internet Writing Workshop members continue to find publishing success in all venues.

Congratulations to this week's crew!



Barry Basden

Eunoia Review has published "Pictures Will Be Taken."

Thanks for the help.

Fwriction Review has published "We Continue to Evolve."

If you click on their Playlist you can listen to the song that goes with it, something a print venue couldn't possibly do. Or you might find the song easier to hear on YouTube.

Times are definitely changing. Thanks to everyone who helped make this little riff better.


Jan Bridgeford-Smith

I had two articles accepted for publication this spring. "Teddy Roosevelt's Secret" will appear in the spring issue of Life In The Finger Lakes Magazine, and "Following the Writers: A Great Depression Road Trip," in Plank Road Magazine. Both are print publications but they also have a web presence with article archives.

My piece, "Her Husband's Bed," just went live at Foundling Review.

Thanks to all in Practice...your comments helped me shape this up for public consumption!


Jeannette de Beauvoir

I don't think I mentioned it, but I now have a weekly ongoing column called "Far Out" at InsideOUT Cape Cod.

A few past ones:
Far Out: Women's Energy
Far Out: Contradictions
Far Out: Haunting Houses
Far Out: The Writing Life

It's a lot of fun!


Mel Jacob

My four Halloween stories are now up on Kindle and will be on other sites soon. The book is now available for sale on, as well as Amazon's UK and DE sites, All Romance e-Books/Omnilit, and Barnes & Noble. In addition, it has also been sent to Kobo, Sony, and iBookstore, where books normally take several weeks to start appearing.

I found it on Amazon for $2.99.

Amazon now has the Kindle version of Curious Hearts online. Print is not up yet there. For some reason my name only shows in the contents list.


Mona Leeson-Vanek

Thanks to Carol Kean's post, "Ann Hite on finding one's writing voice," I grabbed the opportunity to promote Ann at Montana Scribbler, and in The North Palouse Washington e-Newscast. Go, Ann, go!


Elaine Moore

My flash fiction piece, "Progression," is the featured work today in The Journal of Microliterature. I'm excited about this little accomplishment.


Guilie Castillo Oriard

Another story of mine, "Mischievous Moonlight," was accepted at Fiction 365, to be published at a later, still unknown, date. This one was subbed on the Fiction list--a HUGE round of applause to all of you that helped with it. It would be in sorry shape without all your feedback.

Joining IWW is the best decision I ever made.


Catherine Robinson

I had an op-ed in today's Tampa Tribune about children and protest rallies.

My column Saturday was about complainers and kvetchers.

And my column last week in Creative Loafing was about the transition to middle school.

My first novel, Olivia's Kiss, was reviewed and given 4 stars.

As always, my work is not for everyone. Comments for or against are always welcome!


Adrienne Ross

"Drops of Water" appears in Under the Sun 2011, an annual literary journal. Print only, but UTS often posts excerpts on their web site. A small but highly regarded market, one I recommend to other IWW writers.


Bob Sanchez

Another nice review of Little Mountain is up.


Wayne Scheer

My story, "Quiet Desperation," has been accepted at Fiction365 and will be published at a later date. Thanks to my friends at Fiction for their critiques.

My story, "Little Man," which was also critiqued in Fiction, worked and reworked and put aside for a long while, will appear in the November issue of Long Story Short.

My poem, "What Does It Mean?" is up at New Verse News. This is a good site if you have an immediate, "poetic" response to the news of the day. My poem deals with the death of Gadaffi and the fact that my turtle stopped eating on the same day.

My story, "Revenge of the Words," has been accepted at Eric's Hysterics. No word yet when it's scheduled to appear. This humor piece began in Practice and was expanded and critiqued in Fiction, so I have a lot of folks to thank. This is one of the few humor sites online accepting literary and flash, fiction and nonfiction, as long as Eric thinks it's funny. He seems like a good guy and pays promptly. What more could you ask for?

I have a three line poem up at, appropriately enough, Three Line Poetry. The poem has no title, at the editor's request. If you'd like to read it, you need to scroll down to the bottom of the current issue. If you do, you'll see there's a typo in my poem, but the editor refuses to make any changes. It's a Zen thing. He also pays $1.


Pat St. Pierre

My flash fiction, "A Fork in the Road," was just accepted by Daily Love for November.

I want to thank all those in the fiction writing list who helped me with their critiques. I will provide a link when it's published.

Pleased to announce a photo of mine was accepted for the winter issue of Front Porch Review. Will supply link in January.


Joanna M. Weston

My poem, "Peace-parted Soul," was published by Wascana Review last year. With many thanks to Louisa Howerow for reminding me through her Yahoo that I should check. The poem was accepted eighteen months ago.

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