Monday, August 6, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

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



Jennifer Killby

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

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

Ellen Kombiyil

My poetry manuscript has made it to the quarterfinals of the Mary Ballard Poetry Chapbook prize from Casey Shay press: 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: 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:

The Unincorporated Future by Dani Kollin and Eytan Kollin

At 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

Mona, the Montana Scribbler, was kind enough to let me post on her blog, where I write about using Twitter.
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:

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. 

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.

Joanna M. Weston

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

Tom Mahoney

My essay, “Biology is Weird,” is up at LabLit:
This is a good site if you have any science-based stories or essays.

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