Monday, February 27, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Internet Writing Workshop members continue to shine in all venues. Congratulations to this week’s crew!


Jacqueline Rasmenia Massoud

My story, “Snapshots of Weakness” was accepted at iction365 and is online today:
Big thanks to everyone in the Fiction list who helped me work out the kinks in this one. Fiction365 pays $10 U.S. for a story. That's about 7 & half Euros for me - enough for a bottle of wine. Two or three bottles if I get hobo wine. (I am not too fancy for hobo wine.)

Barb Johnson

Editor of the Scarsdale (NY) Inquirer just sought permission to excerpt from my memoir, “Why I Didn't Sleep with Mitt Romney & Other Tales.” on Kindle. Paperback coming in a few weeks

Holly Michael

My novel, “Crooked Lines,” which I submitted to the Amazon ABNA contest made it into the first round. Thanks to those who helped me with the pitch. And thanks to Edith Parzefall, who took a lot of time to get it ready for submission. It's a small step, but hopefully one that will lead to the next step. 

**And this from Peter Bernhardt who didn’t Yahoo but joins Holly and three others in making the first cut:

“Looks like five IWW members made the first cut, 3 in general fiction and 2 in YA fiction. Keeping fingers crossed for us all.”

Wayne Scheer

My poem, "Gotta Go," is up at Foliate Oak Literary Magazine (March issue). A number of works by IWW members, from photos to fiction, can be found there, so I'm in good company. (

Pat St. Pierre

Three of my photos are in the March issue of Foliate Oak. I'm there with Wayne (Poem) and Sue Ellis (fiction).

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