Monday, December 10, 2012

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Joanna M. Weston

My brief article, “Changing the Plot,” is up at Mona's blog:  I'm really thrilled about this as non-fiction isn't my strong point.

Two poems, “Daring,” and “The day undone,” up at Silent Things
With many thanks to the Poetry list for their help with “Daring.”

The convenience store,” up at Long Story Short, scroll down to find it:
One haiku each at The Heron's Nest and “A Hundred Gourds,” oddly on page 10 of each journal:

Christina Cole

Irresistible, my historical romance from Secret Cravings Publishing, is now available in paperback at Amazon.

Wayne Scheer

Changing Seasons,” a flash written with the Practice group, is up at The Faircloth Review. 
“Family Man,” and “Three Generations,” have been bought by Infective Ink.  “Family Man” will be up later in December while “Three Generations” will be published in May.  Infective Ink is a themed monthly, paying $10 a story.  The editorial staff is a pleasure to work with and they pay via PayPal before the story is published. Personable and efficient.  You can't ask for more. (Well, you can ask for more money, but good luck with that....)

Jeannette de Beauvoir

Two of my old, out-of-print historical novels, Wings and Flight, are going to be re-issued by Harvard Square Editions as ebooks (after I get to go through and make all the myriad changes that come about as a result of being thirty years down the road as a writer since then!). 
It's very exciting to see them getting new life.

William Bartlett

My monthly column for December, entitled, “Anticipation,” at
It's also available in print in KC Parent Magazine.

Tom Mahoney

My essay, “Stretch Guy,” is up at The Inertia

Bob Sanchez

At the El Paso Writers' League's annual awards luncheon today I won a few prizes--a second and two firsts, including a “Best of Best.” Judges are professional writers who aren't members of our League. The judge of my essay, “When the Lings Came to Lowell,” suggested that I "Send it out into the world, please!"  So it's on my blog at in case you'd like to see it.

Behlor Santi

Story up at Toasted Cheese. Stop and enjoy...

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