Monday, October 22, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Here are the publishing successes enjoyed last week by IWW members. Please join me in congratulating one and all!



Mark Budman

I am pleased to report that an excerpt from my novel, Lenin: Red, White and Blue, has been selected for WIPs Journal.

Just received an acceptance from Painted Bride Quarterly, a publication of Drexel University, for a story, “Love and Faith in the Shadow of Lenin,” which has been critiqued here. It was adopted from my Lenin novel. Any publicity is good, but a good publicity is even better.

Edith Parzefall

Pembroke Sinclair posted an interview with me on her blog. I really liked her questions. If you're curious, check it out:

Wayne Scheer

My flash, “Intimacy,” is up at Pure Slush

Foliate Oak has accepted my flash fiction, “Telephoning God,” as well as my flash nonfiction rant, “It's a Generational Thing,” for their next issue.  They like flash pieces that are just a little unusual.

My story, “Neighborly Concern,” is up at Everyday Fiction.

My poem, “Falling at 899.3 MPH,” or “It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time,” is up at New Verse News, a site that publishes poems about current events.

Francene Stanley

Mona has featured my book, Still Rock Water, along with K.W.McCabe and her novel, The Dragon's Call, in her blog today, October 17.

Joanna M. Weston

Four haiku up at Electric in the Sun
Nothing like having four up to make me happy!

My story, “Probable Cause,” up, scroll down, at Fifty Word Stories and enjoy.

Mel Jacob

My guest blog on Halloween is up at Nocturnal Nights.

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