Monday, June 24, 2013

IWW Members' Publishing Successes

Wayne Scheer

A science fiction love story, “Cloning Clark,” has been bought by Big Pulp for publication next year.  They accept genre fiction--crime, horror, science fiction, romance, etc.--and pay a penny a word.  Good people to work with.

My short story, “Three Generations,” critiqued in Fiction about a year ago, is up at Infective Infective Ink uses a theme for each issue, pays $10 a story, and responds promptly. Good people to work with, too.

Sarah Corbett Morgan

My light-hearted essay, “The Cédula Wars,” all about tangling with Costa Rican immigration requirements, is up over at the Costa Rican Times. Many thanks to the good people over at NonFiction who helped make this piece stronger.

Joanna M. Weston

A poem, “The way to you,” up at Our Day's Encounter.

Lynne Hinkey

My guest blog about my path to publishing is up at Mona's Montana Scribbler site:

Myra Nelson

My review of Too Cool for School is up at the Internet Review of Books.

Jack Shakely

My new novel, Che Guevara's Marijuana and Baseball Savings and Loan: a novel of the early days of the Peace Corps, is out, published by Xlibris. An e-book version will be available in a week or two.

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