Monday, April 15, 2013

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Paul Pekin

My story, “To the Party,” is up at the Apple Valley Review

Edith Parzefall

Golden Submarine, The third book in the Higher Ground series, which I co-wrote with Francene Stanley, has been released. Thanks so much to the Novels-L members who helped us polish the manuscript. I'm not sure we could have pulled off this series of four without your merciless support.

Behlor Santi

My flash fiction, “Polish Grandpapas,” has been accepted by the Eunoia Review! It won't be published until late August. I want to thank everybody on the FICTION list who helped me whip this baby into shape.

After Philip Marries Mildred,” just got accepted by a rather prestigious online journal, r.kv.r.y. The story will be published in July, and I'll post the link when available.

Julie Harthill Clayton

My flash piece, “The Janitor,” originally subbed for the practice group, has passed first reading by Toasted Cheese and goes before the full editorial committee later this month!
Pleased to report that my review of a local production of Julius Caesar is now live.

Jack Shakely

My review of, “With Charity for All,” by Ken Stern is up at the Los Angeles Review of Books.

This is the time of year when people think about the charitable tax deduction, and that's right in my wheel-house. “Chicken Soup for Givers,” is in the LA Times. I originally called this piece, “Chicken Soup for the Charitable Soul,” but was told by the suits at the Times that there were copyright issues. *sigh*

Mona Leeson Vanek

Behind These Mountains, Volume I, including approximately 200 historical photographs, is now in Sigil ePUB, and the FlightCrew validation says it complies with EPUB standards!

Chioma Iwunze Ibiam

One of my short stories, "V is for Valuating Time" will be Fiction365's featured story on Wednesday, April 17.

This story started as a practice exercise on the Practice list.  Members of the Prose Poetry list also offered invaluable critiques.

Tom Mahoney

A new review of my novel,Pacific Offering, from the Chicago Center for Literature and Photography:

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