Tuesday, December 13, 2011

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Internet Writing Workshop members continue to find publishing success in all venues. Congratulations to this week's crew!



G.K. Adams

My personal essay, "Hurricane Ike's Unexpected Fruit," has been accepted by Texas Gardener. Thanks to all on the nonfiction list who commented. I couldn't've done it without you!


Rick Bylina

Okay, a bit of a Christmas present to pubbed writers on IWW--publicity, a bit of shameless self-promotion--naturally, and another long interview up on the web this morning--finally.

Listed the 2011 pubbed books that I know of from IWW writers along with some other friends of mine on my blog this morning. My Monday blog entry usually has over 100 hits so hopefully it's more exposure for you. If I missed you, add yours in comments or through an email to me. I can edit the blog entry.

The author interview, done two months ago, finally showed up on Book Bags and Cat Naps. I actually meet two out of three criteria the web owner cited for self-pubbed best-seller success. Guess which two?


Barbara Johnson

Published: "The Internet Writing Workshop" with review of The Stasi File by Peter Bernhardt.


Tom Mahony

Here's a review of my novel, Flooding Granite, at Paddling Life Magazine.


Guilie Castillo Oriard

My story "Mischievous Moonlight," critiqued in Fiction, will be published on Fiction 365 this Friday, Dec. 16th.


Wayne Scheer

In an attempt to get into the holiday spirit, One Forty Fiction has published my story in less than one hundred and forty characters, "The Christmas Spirit."

The Foliate Oak Literary Magazine has accepted my flash, "Stop Saluting Seahorses, Ernest," for their January issue.


Pat St. Pierre

Two of my poems were accepted by Long Story Short Poetry.

One will be published in January. Will send link when published.


Joanna M. Weston

I have a photo up at The Camel Saloon (poem will follow).


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