Monday, August 6, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Please join me in congratulating the following IWW members for their recent publishing successes.

Judith

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Jennifer Killby

The Legend of the Travelers: Willow's Journey, was featured on Alethea Williams Blog. You can check it out at:
http://actuallyalethea.blogspot.com/ 

The Legend of the Travelers: Willow's Journey was featured on Raynetta's Soapbox. You can check it out at:  http://bit.ly/T3zL7n

Ellen Kombiyil

My poetry manuscript has made it to the quarterfinals of the Mary Ballard Poetry Chapbook prize from Casey Shay press: http://caseyshaypress.blogspot.in/ Another month to wait to see if I make it into the semis. Fingers crossed!
My sonnet, “The Pope's Arms are Dripping with Gold,” critiqued on Poetry, is now up at the Cordite Poetry Review: http://cordite.org.au/content/poetry/jackpot/ Many thanks for those who read and critiqued the poem, and especially those who saw promise in it and encouraged me to keep going with it when I might have walked away. They are reading for their next themed issue, "Interlocutor." Deadline in mid-August.

Mel Jacob

July for August reviews:

At www.sfrevu.com
The Unincorporated Future by Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin

At http://www.gumshoereview.com Car Wash Blues: A Mick Murphy Key West Mystery by Michael Haskins Double Trouble by Fred Lichtenberg
Mistress of Mourning by Karen Harper Serenade to a Cuckoo: A P.L. McGinnis Mystery by Flo Fitzpatrick Tombstone Blues by Ken Hodgson Twisted Vines: A Shakespeare in the Vineyard Mystery by Carole Price

Bob Sanchez
http://bitly.com/bobsanchez

Mona, the Montana Scribbler, was kind enough to let me post on her blog, where I write about using Twitter.
http://montanascribbler.com/2012/07/using-twitter-to-promote-your-books.html
Stop by and leave a comment, if you would please.

I just published a small short story collection entitled “You Can't Be Too Careful.” It’s free at Smashwords: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/210727

Wayne Scheer

My story, “A Strange Place,” will be included in an e-book published by Fiction Brigade.  You might be interested in submitting to upcoming themed books. Science fiction and horror are on their future agenda. http://www.fictionbrigade.com/ 

My poem, “Keeping the Earth in Orbit,” is up at Long Story  Short.  If you 
scroll down a few poems past mine, you'll see, "Elderly," by  IWW's Joanna 
Weston.  I wish I had written that one. http://lsspoetry.blogspot.ca/

Joanna M. Weston

A poem, “Elderly,” up at Long Story Short. Click on the link and scroll down, it's there! http://lsspoetry.blogspot.ca/

Tom Mahoney

My essay, “Biology is Weird,” is up at LabLit: http://www.lablit.com/article/733
This is a good site if you have any science-based stories or essays.

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