Monday, April 8, 2013

IWW Members' Publishing Successes



Mira Desai

The Valley Scribe, the newsletter of the California Writers Club- San Fernando Valley, features my story, “Verbal Acoustics,” in its April issue. One version of this tale was one of my earliest subs to the Practice group. A big thanks to Kathy Highcove for this opportunity.
http://www.cwc-sfv.org/ValleyScribe/2013-04/The%20Valley%20Scribe%20-%20April.pdf

Delighted to announce the publication of a prose poem, “Sun addict 2,” on Ink, Sweat and Tears, a poetry ezine. http://www.ink-sweat-and-tears.com/

Wayne Scheer

My (comic?) story, “Let There Be Comedy Tonight!” is up at Pure Slush.  It's my response to Slush's ego theme. http://pureslush.webs.com/comedytonight.htm 

Joanna M. Weston

Two short shorts up at http://nailpolishstories.wordpress.com/ scroll down to read them.

Rick Bylina

Book number 5, POEMS FOR A PLATYPUS - Poems that platypi love, is now out in paperback for Poetry Month. Amazon has proclaimed POEMS FOR A PLATYPUS a #1 best-seller.
http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/digital-text/6361447011/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_kstore_1_5_last Soon, Amazon Gods willing, it will be in ebook form.

Margaret Frey

Foliate Oak has published a short prose piece entitled, “Finding Religion on the Pacific Crest Trail.”  This was written and reviewed while working on the Prose Poetry board.  Piece can be found here: http://www.foliateoak.com/margaret-frey.html

Used Furniture Review published “Big Foot and Me,” a piece that started, was stalled and then finished at the Zoetrope studio as well as read and reviewed on Prose Poetry.  This went live on the 21st; I just found it last week. 
http://usedfurniturereview.com/2013/03/21/bigfoot-and-me-by-margaret-a-frey/

Thanks to everyone for comments and suggestions.  Always helpful!

William (Bill) Weldy

My latest YA novel, The Onion Caper, so aptly critted here recently (thank you all), was released today by Wings ePress. It should make it to Amazon and Barnes and Noble in a couple of days in both Ebook and paper.

Mel Jacob

Monthly reviews:

www.SfRevu.com
Blood of Dragons (Rain Wilds Chronicles, Book 4) by Robin  Hobb Harper

Gumshoe Review (http://www.gumshoereview.com) 
The Sixth Station by Linda Stasi
The Woman Who Wouldn't Die (Dr. Siri Paiboun) by Colin Cotterell
We Modern People: Science Fiction and the Making of Russian Modernity (Early Classics of Science Fiction) by Anindita Banerjee

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