Monday, May 28, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Here are last week’s publishing successes. Congratulations, IWW members!

Judith (

Gary E. Presley

Good folks here at the IWW, always ready to jump in and help a fellow writer. And so THE VIEW FROM DOWN HERE, a collection of ten essays I've written over the years is available for Kindle at this link:
It's 99-cents, or it can be borrowed via the "Select" program.

Pauline Micciche

Laughing Out Loud,” my guest blog on Rick Bylina's blog site on May 25, 2012. It is a report on how I used information from the 2012 Erma Bombeck Writer's Conference in an experiment to introduce humor in my writing. 

My flash fiction story, “The Black Jay,” previously published in the print edition of Calliope under my pen name P. F. Palm, is available at Calliope on the Web, . Thanks to everyone who critiqued it for me.
Kareen McCabe

My short story/flash fiction anthology compiled of tales subbed in the Practice and Fiction list on IWW has hit #9 in the FREE anthologies on Amazon today!

Guilie Castillo-Oriard

Why Hire and Editor,” is the subject of my guest post at Beyond The Elements of Style (
Jan Bridgeford-Smith
In 1911, a startled 17 year old, Mamie Unsworth, heard a whispered confession of sorts from Theodore Roosevelt; an admission  that revealed his private sentiments on one of the nation's most contentious "hot button" read more check out my article:

“A Community of Hope Teddy Roosevelt and Freeville’s George Junior Republic,” first published in the Spring issue of
Life In The Finger Lakes Magazine, is now online at

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